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Vol. LXV, No. 18    City – 40 pages    March 28, 2017

Always better – always better read Inside We Deliver Page 9 Seniors’ Scene Page 10 and 11 City Page Page 12 Entertainment and Dining Guide Pages 15 to 18 Hello Beautiful! Pages 20 and 21 Obituaries Pages 22 and 23 Who Can You Count On? Page 25

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Spring Car Care Page 28 to 33 Classifieds Pages 35 to 38

News Features City proposes future school site . . . . . . . . . 8 Foolish Acts take over Bailey stage . . . . . . . 18 Mayor signs proclamation for Meals on Wheels Awareness Week . . . . . . . 24 Tigers reap gold, Trojans collect silver. . . . 33 Reflections Column by Bonnie Hutchinson. . . . 4

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We now know that the Hospital helipad is capable of handling takeoff and landings of pilotless helicopters! Thanks to futuristic thinking and, much to their credit, the brilliant design team from the government went ahead and incorporated tomorrow’s technology into the local, recent helipad blueprint and build. This, we now realize, necessitated the significantly raised and heated landing surface, which discretely houses the navigation technology capable of guiding a medivac-drone to the absolute dead centre of the heated concrete landing pad. This week, the first of several trial runs of a full-size medivac-drone helicopter will take place. Seventeen-year-old Michael Phools, a self-proclaimed geek and computer whiz-kid who won first place in the renowned 2016 Las Vegas World’s Gaming Competition, has been training extensively on the sophisticated $7 million medivac-drone. Though he will never leave the hangar, Michael will be the pilot-in-command on the debut flight. He will operate the high-tech helicopter from a $1 million palm-sized game console. The craft will depart from the Edmonton International Airport and touch down at the Hospital in Camrose eighteen minutes later. For safety reasons, a trained helicopter pilot will be available during the first and subsequent four test flights. However, to duplicate reality, Captain Emilia Baron will be restricted to laying on a stretcher keeping her eyes closed during the entirety of each test flight. She will be monitored by live video camera to ensure compliance with the government-crafted aviation regulation. In the event of an emergency the Captain will be contacted by text message to move to and take over the controls of the medivac-drone. Don’t miss this milestone event! It all happens this Saturday, April 1 at 9 a.m. – rain or shine. Story continues on page 34.


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Camrose best places to celebrate By Murray Green

Expedia.ca named Camrose as one of the best places in the country to celebrate Canada Day. “Camrose is one of the best small towns to get away to for Canada Day,” said Jessica Estrada of Expedia. ca Travel Blog. “With the country’s 150th anniversary on the horizon, we at Expedia.ca

wanted to highlight some of the most delightful small towns in the provinces. Some of these were chosen based on the town’s special 150th events, while others offer summertime experiences you can’t get anywhere else.” Beaumont, Camrose, Canmore and Sylvan Lake are the top places in Alberta with plenty of activities.

This is what the Expedia.ca Travel Blog said about Camrose. “You can usually hear Camrose before you see it, as it plays host to major events like Big Valley Jamboree. With its location in the heart of Alberta, you can enjoy all the perks of a town, while never being too far from hiking trails and scenic parks.

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Looking Back

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25 Years Ago This Week – March 31, 1992 • AMA Travel advertised “Outstanding Airfare Savings” – Edmonton to New York from $437, Edmonton to Los Angeles from $259. • The City of Camrose announced a new policy which allowed anyone in a purchasing capacity with the City to pay up to 10 per cent more for products built with either composted or recycled product, or being environmentally friendly. • Augustana University Student Colin Corrigan ( a third year economics student) won the Financial Post 1991 Economical Sweepstakes. He beat out 995 other contest entrants predicting eight key economic indicators for 1991. For his achievement he won a watch, tie and diary.

50 Years Ago This Week – March 28, 1967 • The Trading Corral, Massey Ferguson dealer for Camrose and area, advertised to farmers looking for BIG POWER. 1963 MF 95 Super diesel, fourwheel-drive, top used condition, $5,950. • The Booster circulation stood at 4,346 copies, printed and delivered. • Burrows Building Supplies Ltd. advertised Breeze Interior Flat Latex Paint, one coat coverage – most applications, for $7.99/gallon (Reg. $10.79). • “It’s Elvis” – singing, swinging, racing, romancing, was playing two shows nightly at the Bailey Theatre. You’ll want to make your way to Rudy Swanson Recreation Park during Canada Day, where the 150th anniversary will be celebrated with festivities starting at 9:30 a.m. and concluding with a fireworks production at dusk. Aside from the 150th party, you’ll want to catch a performance at the Bailey Theatre, and see pieces of history like

replicas of a 1906 school and 1898 pioneer log house at the Camrose and District Centennial Museum, which is celebrating its 50th birthday in 2017.” Visit https://travelblog. expedia.ca/top-small-townsvisit-canada-day-getaway/ to view the other sites named to the list.

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Hinkley questions funding decision By Murray Green

NDP Wetaskiwin-Camrose MLA Bruce Hinkley is calling on Wildrose MLA Drew Barnes to withdraw his funding for the film The Environment: A True Story. “The Wildrose howls every time they’re called climate change deniers, and yet their energy critic endorses, and now financially supports, these conspiracy theories,” said a fired-up Hinkley. “His ideas would put pipeline approvals and the reputation of Alberta’s energy industry at risk – that’s why he needs to withdraw his funding for this project.” Filmmaker John Robson is producing The Environment: A True Story and publicly thanked Barnes for funding his film. Former Wildrose MLA Paul Hinman was also thanked. The film is described as a documentary explaining what we really know about earth’s climate over 500 million years, dispelling pseudoscientific scaremongering. Robson is seeking crowd funding for the documentary, in which he claims he will demonstrate that the global warming alarmist orthodoxy is demonstrably false. In a recent article in the National Post condemning ‘the cult of the anti-scientific climate model’, Robson said, “We should try to explain the evidence, including that winter still happens,” apparently claiming that winter is evidence that climate change is a hoax. “We’ve seen a disturbing pattern of climate change denial from Mr. Barnes, who has promoted dozens of social media posts denying climate change and calling climate science a fraud,” said Hinkley. “Albertans want their MLAs to focus on jobs and supporting a strong energy industry. In promoting these theories, Mr. Barnes hurts the reputation of our energy industry and does nothing to make life better for the people we were elected to represent,” said Hinkley.



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REFLECTIONS by Bonnie Hutchinson Secret lives of trees

As spring moves in and trees are awakening from their winter sleep, Peter Wohlleben has expanded my horizons – maybe yours, too. He’s written a book about trees that made my eyes widen more than once. Full disclosure here. I haven’t actually read the book. What I have read is an essay with extensive excerpts from the book. The essay is by Maria Popova in her Brain Pickings newsletter. My eye-widening about trees started with the book’s title: The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate. Trees feel? And communicate? Could this be true? Who knew? ***

Well, Wohlleben didn’t know these things when he began working with trees. Far from being a tree-hugger, he was a forester whose job was to maximize the forest’s output for the lumber industry. He says he “knew as much about the hidden life of trees as a butcher knows about the emotional life of animals.” That changed about twenty years ago when he began organizing survival training and tours for tourists in his forest in the Eifel mountains in Germany. As tourists marveled at the majestic trees, Wohlleben’s childhood love of nature was reawakened. About the same time, scientists began conducting research in his forest. The combination of tourists’ awe and scientists’ discoveries changed his perspective. He says, “Life as a forester became exciting once again. Every day in the forest was a day of discovery. This led me to unusual ways of managing the forest. When you know that trees experience pain and have memories and that tree parents live together with their children, then you can no longer just chop them down and disrupt their lives with large machines.” Whew! Trees experience pain and have families? Definitely eye-widening territory. ***

I wouldn’t have thought trees have defence mechanisms, but they do. For example, when giraffes begin nibbling on acacia trees on the African savannah, it takes only minutes for the trees to start pumping toxins into the leaves. The giraffes move on, and not just to the next tree. The acacia trees that were being eaten give off a warning gas (ethylene) that signals to neighboring trees that a crisis is at hand. Right away, all the forewarned trees also pump toxins into their leaves to prepare themselves. The giraffes have learned to move far away from the first acacia trees they nibbled.

Letters to the Editor Letters are welcomed but please limit them to 400 words or less and sign with first name, initial, surname, address and phone number; only name of writer and city or town will be printed. Letters to third parties are not accepted. The Camrose Booster may edit for clarity, legality, personal abuse, good taste, public interest and availability of space. The Camrose Booster thanks you for your interest in the letters page and encourages your comments. Children’s movie

I recently learned that the new Beauty and the Beast movie will feature a gay character. To say I was very disappointed is an understatement. I don’t believe a movie aimed at a children’s audience is any place for this. I am not a ‘homophobe’, I believe in equal rights for everyone and treating everyone with respect. But I feel very strongly that a gay character is totally unnecessary in a children’s movie. As a child, I grew up loving Disney movies and books, fairy tales that spurred the imagination. I know that my parents could trust in the innocent nature of the things I was exposed to through Disney books and movies. Now, as a mother and aunt, I know that I cannot do the same. I cannot see a single point or benefit of adding a gay character into a children’s movie. I don’t believe that it would make any difference to the plot or improve the quality of the movie in

any way. I understand that being gay and transgender is widely accepted as part of the mainstream culture of today. However, these issues should not be something children are exposed to while they are so impressionable. Children have the right to be children. Give them a chance to grow and develop their own values and opinions before shoving these adult themes down their throats. They should be able to watch a children’s movie about subjects that relate to childhood. Why couldn’t Lafou have been a bully? This may not seem like a big deal to some, but I would like you to consider how far we’ve come in just a few years with these issues. It started with two girls kissing on an adult sitcom at a time that swear words were almost unheard of on television. Now there are commercials, afternoon shows and even the news with absolutely no discretion. Where and when does it stop? This is a children’s movie company, it is not their place to influence what our children grow up viewing as the ‘norm’. It is our jobs as their parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents to protect them and let them be children. Going forward, I will be deleting all of my accounts associated with Disney. Any chance that I would ever take my children to Disneyland, or any theme parks associated with Dis-

ney has vanished. I will be boycotting all future films and books that come from Disney. Tamara Morris, Hay Lakes Daylight saving

Alberta’s geography makes more than any other province able to benefit from daylight saving. The populous southern regions of Alberta; Calgary which is located between 3,500 and 4,000 feet above sea level, Lethbridge 3,000 feet above sea level, Edmonton 2,300 feet above sea level and Camrose 2,400 above sea level, all experience large daily temperature fluctuations resulting from this high altitude. Early morning cold almost reaches freezing temperature many days in the summer, and the best time of the day occurs in the late afternoon and evening when the sun has had an opportunity to warm our high altitude ground. Daylight Saving gives us an extra hour of evening daylight and warmth; our thousands of parks are filled with children and adults playing lacrosse, soccer, baseball and even picnics. It is healthy. To cut that evening opportunity by one hour now would be a retrograde move. I urge every MLA and citizen of our high altitude province to oppose this NDP proposed deterioration of our summer lifestyle. Clark Seaborn, Foothills


Trees are social. Scientists found that neighbouring trees help each other through their root systems. They do this directly, by intertwining their roots, or indirectly, by growing fungal networks around roots that are like an extended nervous system that connects separate trees. Groups of trees have an extended “nervous system”? Another eye-widener. Trees share food with their own species and sometimes even nourish competitor trees because there are advantages to working together. On its own, a tree cannot establish a consistent local climate. It’s at the mercy of wind and weather. Together, many trees create an ecosystem that moderates heat and cold, stores water, and generates humidity. In this protected environment, trees can live to be very old. To get to this point, the community must remain intact. If every tree were looking out only for itself, many of them would never reach old age. Regular fatalities would result in large gaps in the tree canopy, which would make it easier for storms to get inside the forest and uproot more trees. The heat of summer would reach the forest floor and dry it out. Every tree would suffer. Every tree is valuable to the community and worth keeping around for as long as possible. Even sick trees are supported and nourished until they recover. Next time, perhaps it will be the other way round, with the supporting tree in need of assistance. ***

My main takeaway: A tree can be only as strong as the forest that surrounds it. And perhaps we can only be as strong as the community that surrounds us. Helping one another really is in our own self-interest. ***

If you have comments about this column or suggestions for future topics, send a note to Bonnie@BonnieHutchinson.com


Submitted Special Olympics Camrose teamed up with the LETR, First Responders and Boston Pizza to host Camrose’s first Cops, Pops and Pizza event; raising funds and bringing awareness to Special Olympics on March 10. Camrose Police Service, Camrose Fire Department and AHS EMS and Special Olympics Camrose athletes along side BP’s staff waited and cleared tables, while talking with customers about Special Olympics. Over $4,000 was raised to assist with programs for athletes. Patrons Shyla Barore, left, and Kristie Soanes, were served by Const. Matt Wilton and athlete Jon Gurr.

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Sledge hockey By Murray Green

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The Camrose Cougars midget hockey team will be hosting a sledge hockey tutorial and game through Parasports Alberta on March 28 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the EnCana Arena. Cougars manager Brad Parsons and the team wanted to help a former minor hockey player. “Owen Johnson is an 18-year-old former player that through a horrific car accident became paralyzed from the chest down. He was a phenomenal athlete in baseball and hockey,” shared Brad. “He played for the Cougars for three years. Our team, through charity auction, bought the sledge hockey tutorial and game. Our team will participate along side Owen. It will be his first time trying it. We all believe it could be part of his future and maybe bring some sport and competition back into his life.”

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THE HIGHWAY 14 REGIONAL WATER SERVICES COMMISSION has been notified by STRATHCONA COUNTY, of a $0.03/cubic meter increase in the EPCOR rate effective January 1, 2017. The Commission’s water rates will reflect this increase effective May 1, 2017 on the May month end utility bills. Please note that there is no increase from Strathcona County (transportation of supply) or the Highway 14 Regional Water Services Commission. Changes to rates are as follows:

• Distribution Commodity Rate has been increased from $3.55/m3 to $3.58/m3. • Bulk Commodity Rate has been increased from $3.30/m3 to $3.33/m3. • Non-Member Commodity Rate has been increased from $3.70/m3 to $3.73/m3. • Truck Fill Rate has been increased from $4.45/m3 to $4.48/m3. The Highway 14 Regional Water Services Commission can be contacted at 1-866-333-3791 during regular office hours from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


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Maximum Golf is a group-based golf training and cconditioning program meant to prepare golfers for the sseason ahead and increase one’s ability to swing more effi e ciently through the ball. This program is based on the repetition of a concise set of drills that allow you to practice without requiring the use of a golf ball. These drills teach you how to swing more efficiently and with better swing mechanics. Feeling is very important to this teaching method, proven for over 30 years. In 2017, this program will be taught in a two-week (4 sessions) condensed format. Given that people live very busy lifestyles, coupled with others who like to take a winter vacation, we understand that making a commitment to a program which lasts several weeks is too difficult. The condensed format offers a wealth of skills, without being too difficult to fit into one’s schedule. To avoid disappointment, you are encouraged to book early in this extremely popular program. BILL PENNY – C.P.G.A. Master Golf Professional has been teaching Maximum Golf since the mid-’80s to over 2,500 students. Now available to the Camrose golfing community.

Sessions start Tuesday, April 18: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:30-8:15 p.m. Location: Our Lady of Mount Pleasant School, 39 Mt. Pleasant Drive

To register: email 3putter@telus.net or telephone after April 1, 780.672.6955 Cost: $185, a couple for $330 includes GST (Note: $165 to all repeat students)

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Theft from mailboxes a problem Submitted March 16

Camrose RCMP have received several reports of theft from mailboxes. One victim had his credit card information used to make a purchase of $2,000. This matter is still under investigation. Be aware and report any suspicious activity to police. March 15

A 73-year-old woman was assaulted by a 51-year-old male. The man was arrested and charged accordingly.

March 13

Police received a report from a village office in Camrose County advising their computer system was hacked and a request was sent to a local bank to wire over $150,000 to Hong Kong. The bank manager called the village office to confirm the transfer at which time was discovered to be fraudulent. No money was transferred. This matter is under investigation. Police also received six

reports of traffic collisions; six reports of speeding/erratic driving and three reports of suspicious persons/vehicles. If you have any information regarding any of the above mentioned incidents that may lead to an arrest, contact your local RCMP Detachment at 780-672-3342 during business hours or Crime Stoppers Tips at 1-800-222-8477.

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Controlling the cats By Lori Larsen

According to the Camrose and Area Animal Shelter Society (CAASS), Camrose is in need of a cat bylaw, similar to that for dogs, that would assist in controlling cats at large and provide for a location where found cats can be safely kept until claimed by their owners. Animal Shelter Society secretary Leah DaoustHoskins and vice-president Susan Hertel made a presentation to City council during the regular council meeting March 20. “In Camrose, people are accountable for their dogs. That includes keeping them under control and knowing their locations at all times,” said DaoustHoskins “This provides protection and safety for both the public and dogs. Cat owners should also have to be accountable for their cats.” Daoust-Hoskins explained that the City of Camrose has a large population of free-roaming cats, which can pose a number of problems to residents including health risks to people, defecating in gardens, flowerbeds and sandboxes, secondary health risks from people setting traps or using poison, running into the streets possibly causing traffic safety issues, rummaging through garbage creating messes and attracting other wildlife, killing other wild animals and breeding (if not neutered or spayed). “Free-roaming cats are not easily identified and, without some form of identification, it is impossible to tell whether these freeroaming cats are homeless strays or owned cats,” added Daoust-Hoskins. Daoust-Hoskins added that in conjunction with the bylaw, the City of Camrose also needs a facility to house found cats. “A facility is needed because concerned residents have nowhere to take found cats. There is no central location for cat owners whose cats are missing to go and look for them.” She explained that CAASS would be responsible for caring for the cats at the facility and maintaining the facility, picking up reported cats and transporting to vet clinics, reuniting cats with owners, carrying out adoption, soliciting donations and networking with rescue groups to help place cats. CAASS is requesting from the City a proposed bylaw, tags for collars, database of owners, microchip scanner, heated space with running water and a cellular phone for on-call volunteers. “There are a number of benefits the City of Camrose will see from a cat

It is with mixed emotions that Hue and staff announce that, after 13 wonderful years in their Main Street location…

TO ALL OF OUR LOYAL CUSTOMERS: “We are forever grateful for your support these past 13 years. It has been a true pleasure meeting you and your families. We’ve shared many laughs and good times. Your friendship and support have meant so much to me, and I will always treasure these wonderful memories.”






Regular business hours will be in effect until Friday, April 7 with lunch being served Monday to Saturday from 11:00 to 2:30 p.m. We will be serving LUNCH on Friday, April 7 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and SUPPER from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m. All Asian artwork, displays, teas, teapots, etc. must be sold! 4938-50 Street


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bylaw. Revenue will be generated from cat licensing and fines,” said DaoustHoskins. “There will be far fewer cats roaming the city, a smaller feral and stray population, more hygienic public spaces, fewer health risks, fewer traffic risks, higher beneficial wildlife

populations and Camrose would be a more progressive city.” Councillor Wayne Throndson inquired as to the approximate size, in square feet, required for the facility and if the facility would be staffed by volunteers on a 24-hour basis.

Hertel replied that the facility would not have to be very large. It would just need enough space to house whatever cats would be in care at any given time, space to feed and clean cats and room for the public dropping off or claiming

cats. CAASS volunteers could staff the facility. Councillor Ma x Lindstrand inquired as to past controversy over these concerns. Hertel indicated presently there was some concern over the fact that cats are difficult to catch. “You are not going to be able to get all of them. I don’t think there would be a shortage of cats that we would have to deal with. We would not have to go chasing the ones we cannot catch.” Councillor Greg Wood commented, “We discussed this last term and most of the fear was having to have another bylaw officer running around chasing cats.” Mayor Norm Mayer said, “The biggest concern is how do you enforce the bylaw? I hate to see a bylaw passed just for the sake of having a bylaw without any ability to enforce it.”

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Kiwanis Top Cop honoured

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Camrose Kiwanis president Sandra Dukes presents Camrose Police Service Constable Adam Belanger with the 2017 Top Cop Award during a banquet honouring him and his unwavering volunteer service to Camrose and its youth. By Lori Larsen

Improving the world one child and one community at a time is the mandate of the Kiwanis Club, so it is only befitting that one of the clubs major initiatives is selecting and honouring police officers who go above and beyond the call of duty volunteering their time to the betterment of youth and community. Camrose and District Kiwanis Club held a special evening on March 18

to honour one of Camrose Police Service’s finest, Constable Adam Belanger, as 2017 Top Cop. Police Chief Darrell Kambeitz thanked the Camrose Kiwanis Club for once again honouring a member of the Service and for giving Camrose Police Service the opportunity to showcase one of their own. “It is a an honour to be given an opportunity to speak at this event,” said Chief Kambeitz. “And, congratulations to Adam.

“Policing a community is a challenge. It is a rewarding career and the only way that we are successful is if the police become part of the community and the community becomes part of us,” commented Kambeitz. “That is not always easy to do when usually the times that we deal with people are during conflict and crisis. It is very difficult to build those relationships and maintain those relationships unless you have people like Adam.

K a mbeitz a lso remarked on Adam’s dedication to maintaining good relationships in the community and how it reflects positively on the Police Service. “I know that you don’t do it for those reasons, but because you love it and enjoy it and we (as a Service) get to benefit from it and for that I thank you.” On behalf of City and council (PJ Stasko and Kevin Hycha present), Mayor Norm Mayer also congratulated Belanger and thanked the Kiwanis for putting on the event to honour a member of the Camrose Police Service. “Our guest this evening is being honoured for his activities in the community. “Adam has donated hours and hours to the community, as well as carrying out his full-time job as a member of the Camrose Police Service.” On behalf of the Kiwanis Club, Western Canada District secretary Peter Harrop extended greetings and congratulations. K iwanian Georgia Wensley introduced Belanger as the 2017 Top Cop. “Most of you have probably met Coach Adam the same place I did, on the football field,” said Wensley. Wensley spoke about Belanger’s dedication to football and the different coaching positions he has held over the past, including 14 years of coaching

football for Camrose Composite High School and creating and operating Open Football, a free program to players aged eight to university wishing to try football or develop their skills. “Adam has been instrumental in the growth of football in Camrose and a role model to a whole lot of children. “The nomination letter for Adam came, to no surprise, mostly from football players and football parents. We had multiple nominees, but the deciding factor for this year’s Top Cop was the letter we received from youth citing Adam’s dedication, caring and commitment and his gift of time. “One credited Adam for helping him feel the love of football, staying in school, graduating, moving on to university and becoming a coach.” Wensley also noted comments written about Belanger from players who said he not only gave his time on the field, but also was there for players in times of family crisis such as when one’s mother was in the hospital or when one’s father passed away. “Adam, you embody the Kiwanians motto of improving the world one child at a time and one community at a time.” Belanger graciously thanked the Kiwanians for the honour despite his preference of remaining more on the sidelines. Continued on page 10

City proposes future school site By Lori Larsen

After a year of working on proposed sites for the location of the Elk Island Catholic School (EICS) high school, City of Camrose administration presented a report to City council during the regular council meeting on March 20. “Council has had several discussions about the location of the site for Elk Island Catholic School (EICS),” said City of Camrose manager Malcolm Boyd. “To date, these discussions have happened incamera due to the fact that some properties that were considered were privately owned. “At this point, that is no longer the case and we have recently had a meeting with the Battle River School Division (BRSD) on the topic of school sites. “This report identifies the current four options that have been debated, which are all publicly owned.” The four proposed sites are: Camrose Composite High School (CCHS) southwest corner, Rudy Swanson Park – east of the parks compound replacing the existing gravel lot, Valleyview West, park/school

reserve area and Rudy Swanson Park – north of the parks compound, replacing an existing soccer field. Boyd requested council provide further direction to administration on site preferences and which sites would not be worth pursuing, noting that pursuing the site located at CCHS would require input outside of the control of council because the property is owned by the BRSD board of governors. Council responds

Councilor Wayne Throndson indicated his reasoning for opting for the Valleyview West site. “When I look at the four options, it really narrows down to two and, after the meeting with BRSD, it’s narrowed down to one. “I see the logic of CCHS as being a site for a shared space between EIC and BRSD, but it is really not our place to intervene in that type of discussion that rests between BRSD and EICS and the relative government agencies.” Throndson also related the reasons the two Rudy Swanson Park sites were not viable options. “I think that is City land and we have long-term plans

for that, not in immediate future, but some point down the road.” In describing why he thought the Valleyview West site was the preferred option, Throndson stated, “A developer is bringing on 160 acres, or thereabouts, in a development and we can demand a contribution of up to 10 per cent, or roughly 16 acres, for a school site. That is what we have done in terms of a school site and so we have fulfilled our mandate under the MGA (Municipal Government Act). That site then would be available for whatever school division is ready to proceed.” Councilor Bill Sears (participating through teleconferencing) voiced his opinion in preferring the Rudy Swanson Park existing gravel parking lot site with possible discussion on a multi-use facility in that location. “I was hoping the Valleyview West site would become an elementary school.” Cou ncilor Ma x Lindstrand suggested council not get too involved with the details. “Council’s obligation is to make land available so an application can be made and, at some

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future point, hopefully the province will approve the construction of a new school.” Lindstrand agreed with councilor Throndson that Valleyview West is where land is available. “In my view, Rudy Swanson Park property is recreation land and, for many people, is considered untouchable. “BRSD has indicated that up to a decade from now, they may require the land for another school, so we will cross that bridge when we come to it, but for now, we have to make sure we have land available.” Councilor Throndson began the motion by stating Valleyview West be allocated as a potential school site (and made available for the first group that needs it) and the Rudy Swanson options are not on the table.

Rendering of Valleyview West proposed school site Throndson added as a comment, “I don’t think we need to specifically exclude or include the Comp (CCHS) site that is between the respective school divisions.” Councilor PJ Stasko indicated he was in favour of the motion, and that he was not in favour of the Rudy Swanson sites, but he wanted to ensure the Valleyview site would be available to application from either EICS or BRSD. Councilor Sears requested tabling the motion until the next council meeting to seek public input. The tabling motion was not seconded. A motion was passed in a vote of eight in favour and one opposing that administration be authorized to proceed with the designation of Valleyview West site for a future school site.

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Submitted Battle River Quilters’ Guild president Judy Hoehn presented Kathi Ewen of the Canadian Quilters Association, Alberta representative with quilts. Submitted

The Canadian Quilters’ Association knows that quilt guilds love making blocks, tops and quilts for donations. In recognition of Canada’s 150th birthday and as part of Quilt Canada 2017, the Association has launched the Big Quilt Bee for Ronald McDonald Houses in Canada. It hopes that by the conference on June 14 to 17, it will be able to donate 1,000 quilts. The members of the

Battle River Quilters’ Guild jumped at the chance to be part of this event. Since January, they have been working on the slab blocks that had to contain at least one piece of the special Canada 150 material. At their regular monthly meeting on March 15, president Judy Hoehn presented five large completed quilts to the Alberta representative of the Canadian Quilters’ Association, Kathi

Ewen. The quilters were informed that between 2,000 and 3,000 quilters from over 116 guilds and groups across Canada, the US, France and around the world are participating. The Association’s “quilt collectors” have received 171 fully completed quilts, 78 tops and almost 600 blocks to date. For information or to see pictures of the blocks, tops and quilts, follow them on line, or go to www.CBC Big Quilt Bee.

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Top Cop honoured Continued from page 8

Belanger remarked that his approach to coaching a football team is very similar to the Kiwanians motto in that the team is made up of individuals, each doing their part, to the betterment of the team as a whole. Belanger recognized previous winners of the Top Cop award. “It cannot be overstated, the importance of our youth to see and interact with police officers outside our normal duties. “Volunteering helps establish the fact that we are not just a uniform. That way, the next time that they interact with a police officer, it humanizes that interaction.” Belanger credited his parents for instilling in him the importance of volunteering and thanked his wife and children for their tremendous support and patience and kidded about how his first daughter was born amidst the football season. “She was at her first football game six days later (after she was born.)” “I am also thankful for the support I receive from the Chief and other members of the service. The support I receive from my partners is insurmountable for allowing me to go out and do what I do.” On a final note, Belanger thanked the other coaches for knowing that police work comes first and finally thanked the players for letting him be a part of their lives and sharing in their successes both on and off the field.


Submitted A bowling challenge cup was held in Sedgewick on March 4 with the host team of Vern Simpson, Verna Erickson, Carol Lucas, and Randy Johnson winning by one pin (183 POA) over the Camrose team who had plus 182 POA. Other teams came from Stettler and Wetaskiwin.

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Music is a powerful healer By Christina Rehmann, On behalf of the Camrose Senior’s Coalition

Music is such a powerful force in all our lives; for the tweenage Swifties (fans of Taylor Swift) and senior fans of our own Miss Shirley Winter and Handsome Hal alike! Music gets our toes tapping, puts a lyric on our lips and makes memories swirl in our minds. As the activities coordinator at Sunrise Village, a big part of my job is ensuring that our residents have a song in their hearts and I am so very fortunate to have the support of the vibrant Camrose music scene. Many volunteers in the community ensure that at least once a week (and often times, many more) we have live music and dancing, sing-alongs and hymn sings in our home. Hal, Isabel, Nancy, the Mennonite Choir, Jim and the Music Masters, the Metcalf Trio, Shirley and Maxine, Stan, Adolf and Norbert as well as the Golden Tones are regulars that selflessly bring their musical talents and no small amount of joy to our folks.

Recently, we have been participating in the Music and Memories pilot project that Kelsey Mailer and the kind people at Camrose Public Library have been championing. What a great program of which to be a part. Playlists are created specifically for the individual that reflects music that was present during important milestones in their lives. Music that was top of the pops in their neck of the woods when they turned 16, got married, or had their first child is put on an iPod and along with instructions for use and a set of comfortable headphones is placed in a zipped library bag for home use. Of particular benefit for those suffering with the onset with of dementia, it is also a gift for those seniors whose mobility issues may preclude them from getting out into the community to enjoy what our local music scene has to offer. Here at Sunrise, we have a few folks taking advantage of this wonderful program with nothing short of miraculous results. One gentleman has an

MP3 player populated with songs that he actually used to sing as a young man who was part of a quartet. Typically quiet and reserved, with his music on, he sings, sways and taps his feet in a way not seen in a long time – music brings a lightness to him that was otherwise lacking. I encourage anyone and everyone who has a loved one who might be a candidate for the Music and Memories Project to reach out to the Library and begin work on a playlist. The program is free the results are priceless. “Music is the only thing that stays with you forever. Friends come and go, seasons change, bruises fade…but when all is said is done, music is always there for you. It is the one thing that you can depend on to always remain by your side when everyone else has already left it.” I came across this quote online and couldn’t figure out to whom to attribute it. The Internet can be like that – certainly it is a widely felt and lovely sentiment.

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Rare Residential Infill Development Opportunity in the Desireable Augustana Area! SUBJECT PROPERTY


Residential (Vacant Land) Lot 26A, Block A, Plan 172 xxxx 4723-51st Street DC – Direct Control Land Use District $60,520.00 $67,177.80 (GST included) *Servicing not included 9.65 m (31’7”) 30.05 m (98’6”) 289 m² (3,110 ft²) 6.65 m (21’10”) wide x 19.05 m (62’6”) deep = 126.68 m² (1,362 ft²) 14.0 m (46’) above average finished grade

First time in three years that the City of Camrose is selling a residential lot. FEATURES: • Close proximity to downtown, University of Augustana Campus, recreation trails and Mirror Lake. • Well-desired area on a mature tree-lined street, along a historical (SRD) block and private cul-de-sac. • Building height potential allows for a picturesque view of Mirror Lake. Offers must be sealed and delivered and are non-negotiable. Any potential offers must address all aspects of the submission criteria which will be made available to those expressing interest. Proposals must be sealed and delivered to the Camrose City Hall, located at 5204-50 Avenue in the City of Camrose (2nd Floor) by April 28th, 2017 at 3:00 pm. Please see www.camrose.ca for more information or contact City Representative: Aaron Leckie, Director of Planning, at 780.672.4428.

OFFERS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL APRIL 28, 2017. DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS EXCITING OPPORTUNITY! *The City may not accept the highest bid or any offer*


CITY OF CAMROSE TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLAN You are invited to attend: WSP Canada Inc. | MMM Group Ltd. (WSP|MMM), on behalf of the City of Camrose (the City), would like to invite you to attend a second Public Open House event to inform you of findings of the City’s 2016 Transportation Master Plan (TMP). During the Open House, WSP|MMM and City representatives will be present to answer questions about the draft Transportation Master Plan, as well as highlight the provisions made for the development of an effective longterm transportation network. We look forward to seeing you. WHEN Thursday, March 30, 2017 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. WHERE City of Camrose Council Chambers, 5204-50 Avenue, Camrose, AB, T4V 0S8 RSVP Please contact Janis Fong (WSP | MMM), Project Manager at Camrosetmp@mmm.ca or 780.401.1358 if you have any questions.


The City of Camrose is seeking a summer student to assist with event planning for the Camrose Canada Day celebrations. FUNCTIONS: • Assist with event planning, fundraising, marketing and promotions. • Work with staff, volunteers and public in a Museum setting. QUALIFICATIONS: • Post-secondary student returning to studies in the fall. • Organizational skills. • Reliable with a strong work ethic. • Personable. • As pre-condition of employment, the successful candidate will be required to provide a satisfactory Class 5 driver’s abstract and Police Information Check. HOURS OF WORK: This is an 8-week position and includes approximately 30 hours per week. SALARY AND BENEFITS: The hourly wage for this position will be $13.60 per hour. APPLICATIONS: The City of Camrose is an equal opportunity employer and encourages individuals interested in this position to submit a cover letter and resume to the address below or in person by April 14, 2017 at 4:30 p.m. We appreciate and consider all applications; however, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. CONTACT: City of Camrose Attention: Arts Director Chuck MacLean Arts Centre: 4809-52 Street, Camrose, AB P: 780.672.9949 | E: jcherry@camrose.ca | W: www.camrose.ca



INVITATION FOR QUOTATION The Community Services Department is inviting interested parties to submit Quotation for supply and service listed below in the City of Camrose. This involves the following: Item 1 – City of Camrose – St. Pat’s Rink Board and Screen Replacement Project Quotation forms and further information are available from the Community Services Department offices located in the Camrose Aquatic Centre (5600-44 Avenue). Telephone inquiries are to be directed to Mr. Chris Clarkson, Parks Director at 780-672-9195 or email cclarkson@camrose.ca. Quotations will be accepted on the forms provided only, no later than 2:00 pm on April 10, 2017.



INVITATION FOR QUOTATION The Community Services Department is inviting interested parties to submit Quotation for the supply and installation of trees as listed below in the City of Camrose. This involves the following: City of Camrose – Supply and Plant Trees on Boulevards and in Park Areas Quotation forms and further information are available from the Community Services Department offices located in the Camrose Aquatic Centre. Telephone inquiries are to be directed to Mr. Chris Clarkson, Parks Director at 780-672-9195 or cclarkson@camrose.ca. Quotations will be accepted on the forms provided only, no later than Tuesday, April 10, 2017 at 2:00 pm. Quotations can be dropped off at the Community Services Department at 5600-44 Avenue (Camrose Aquatic Center) or mailed 5204-50 Avenue, Camrose, Alberta T4V 0S8. Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP). The personal information recorded on the application form is being collected under the authority of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act. The information will be used for the purpose(s) of employee recruitment and administration and is protected by the privacy provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act. If you require additional information concerning the collection and use of this personal information, please contact the FOIP Officer at 780-672-4426.

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Morning Prayer, Blessing of Children, Easter Baskets and Festive Foods

Day Three of the Easter Triduum: The Resurrection of the Lord April 15 – Easter Vigil – 10:00 pm April 16 – Easter Sunday – 9:00 and 11:00 am These three days of celebration help us to understand what we celebrate every Sunday at Mass and why we gather for Mass each Sunday of the year. Please bring your favourite bell to ring at the Gloria on Thursday of the Lord’s Supper Evening Mass, Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday Masses to express our joy in celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Easter Water will be blessed at the Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday Masses. It will be available at the church entry. Bring your own bottles or use those provided by the parish. Use the Easter Water to bless your Easter Dinner and for blessings in your homes. Note: During Holy Week Liturgies incense will not be used.

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New BNI Chapter launched Business Network International now has a chapter in Camrose. BNI Rose City was officially chartered as part of the BNI Alberta North region on March 23. BNI Chapters significantly impact the business growth of cities where they operate. In 2016 BNI members tracked over $52 million worth of business passed across the region. “Changing the Way the World Does Business” is the vision of BNI, which was founded in California in 1985. It has 7,800 chapters around the world with over a 211,000 members increasing their business

through a proven referral marketing program that enables them to develop long-term, meaningful relationships with quality business professionals. By working together and supporting one another, BNI members reap the rewards of giving referrals to each other. Their motto, “Givers Gain,” puts an emphasis on connecting potential referral opportunities to fellow members thereby helping to grow the success of the group. The Camrose chapter’s first president is Andrey Sokolov of Alair Homes. When Andrey first came to Camrose he knew how

successful BNI chapters were in other parts of the province and he started working on bringing a BNI chapter to Camrose. That was in September of last year. The idea of bringing a BNI chapter to Camrose grew slowly and steadily, attracting members one at a time. A chapter must have 25 members before it can be launched. Training of the membership by BNI North leadership is now underway. Upon launch, the Chapter members will be inviting more Camrose business people to visit the group. For more information contact any BNI member.

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Check out library adult programs By Lori Larsen

As the weather gets milder and residents get out to see what is happening around Camrose, be sure to check out the Camrose Public Library events. In April, the Healthy Living centre will be presenting topics that include: Real Deal on your Meal information on common food and nutrition myths on April 5 at 1:30 p.m., Hold the Salt on April 12 at 1:30 p.m., Communication after a Stroke on April 19 at 1:30 p.m. and Label Reading on April 26 1:30 p.m. Regular adult programs are still being featured. Got Ukelele runs Mondays from 1:30 until 2:30 p.m. Bring your own or borrow one from the Library. Music is also provided, but you are welcome to bring some of your favourites. Spanish Speaking Circle is available Mondays from 3 until 4 p.m. for those who want to enjoy conversing in Spanish in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. On April 4, 11, 18 and 25 from 1 until 2 p.m., newcomers to Canada or Camrose are welcome to come and learn about Camrose during the Newcomers’ Welcome. Light refreshments will be served. Children are welcome to attend with parents. Come meet, greet and eat with others during The Cookbook Club held on the second Monday of the month, April 10, from 11 a.m. until noon. The second Tuesday of the month, on April 11, from 1 until 2 p.m., residents are invited to the Make and Take Cardmaking session. Materials will be supplied to make two greeting cards. Pre-registration is required. On April 11, join the Hospice Society in a conversation about death and dying during the Death Café held at 7 p.m. Whether you are just getting started or a seasoned knitter, come Knit Along with Maria on April 29 and enjoy some company while purling one and knitting two. Bring your own yarn and needles. Patterns will be supplied. For more information on any of the programs offered, visit the website at cpl.prl.ab.ca/or telephone 780-672-4214.

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Everything Fitz in Daysland By Murray Green

The Augustana Choir

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A celebration of Canada with special guests Chorazz! – Tom Spila, Director and Wetaskiwin Composite High School Concert Voices – Heidi Schwonik, Director. Come hear works by a variety of Canadian composers as well as the premiere of a commissioned work by the Finnish composer, Jaakko Mäntyjärvi.

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Everything Fitz

Everything Fitz, the Fitzgerald Family Band, will be playing at the Daysland Palace Theatre on April 12 at 7:30 p.m. This is an all-ages concert in the Daysland and District Cultural Arts Society series. The Fitzgeralds are a family group featuring three-time Canadian Grand Master Fiddle Champions and Ontario Open-Step Dance Champions Tom, Kerry and Julie Fitzgerald. They are joined by their parents, Pam and Paddy, as well as guitarist and lead vocalist Nate Douglas. The band presents a program of music and dance which reflects their distinct Canadian culture, a rich tradition of old-time fiddling and step-dancing. This family’s musical journey began early in life as they studied the unique style that evolved with Irish, Scottish and French immigrants. Over time, they have developed their art form to include various styles of fiddle music, including Celtic, jazz, bluegrass, French-Canadian and pop. They have also explored other forms of dance including tap and Irish. The siblings continue to push boundaries by fusing traditional and modern styles of fiddle and dance to create their own unique sound and style. Their creativity and passion for experimentation has led them to compose original tunes and arrangements. At a very young age, the siblings amazed audiences with their precision and sense of musicality. They spent their early years competing at fiddle and step-dance competitions across Ontario which provided them with a stage on which to hone their craft. Over the years, they have passionately pursued their goals in music, opening the doors to many enriching experiences. These spirited young artists are noted for their polished performances and provide wholesome, captivating entertainment for a diverse audience. They perform in theatres, on festival stages, at fairs and exhibitions, as well as at corporate and fundraising events and outreach programs in schools. Tickets are available by calling Sharon at 780-374-2403 for the season-ending concert.

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FESTIVAL AT A GLANCE Admission: Adults - $2 per session or Pass for the week $5 Programs: $5 – Available at Martha’s Music, The UPS Store and at each Festival venue SCHOOL BANDS: Charlie Killam School Gym • Jr. High Band – Mon., Apr. 3, 9:30 am-12 noon • Band and Ensembles – 1:15-3:15 pm • Elementary, Jr./Sr. High Bands – Tues., Apr. 4, 9:15-11:45 am CCHS East Gym • Sr. High Bands – Wed., Apr. 5, 9:15 am-12 noon CCHS Band Room • Instrumental Solos – Wed., Apr. 5, 1:15-4:00 pm

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GRAND CONCERT: TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 7 pm Jeanne & Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre Admission $10 – Tickets available at camroselive.ca and at the Box Office

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Sparkle Dance Festival to hold two events in Camrose By Murray Green


Submitted Two Sparkle Dance Festivals will be held in Camrose on April 7 to 9 and April 27 to 29. A group performs For Tamara. Festival leaders Antoinelle Leibel, left, and Kirsti Bennett are former local dancers.

The Sparkle Dance Festival will be held for rural area dancers at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre on April 7 to 9 with 11 companies and 915 dancers featured in workshops and routines. A second event called Sparkle Bright, also fully booked, will be on April 27 to 29 at the Lougheed Centre. It runs from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on all days. Eight studios will have 668 dancers. For a small fee, the general public can watch the routines and performances all day. “Both events are booked full with dance companies

and we actually have a waiting list. The first one is targeted to rural area clubs and the second is for larger centres and open to anyone,” said Kirsti Bennett, who operates the event with Antoinelle Leibel. Two former Camrose dancers are leading the event in their fourth season. “We are a family-run dance festival operating in central Alberta that is dedicated to celebrating and promoting the love of dance within recreational and competitive studios from small communities to larger centers,” said Kirsti. “Our platform advocates a nurturing and positive atmosphere for dancers

in which to feel comfortable, allowing them to perform, share and cultivate their passion.” Each of the dance companies will take part in workshops, work on routines and perform in front of adjudicators to ensure all dancers are learning. The first festival will include dancers from Heisler, Forestburg, Viking and Coronation. “We have different age categories, and this festival gives dancers an opportunity to get on stage and perform in a theatre with an audience and learn from adjudicators,” explained Kirsti. Continued on page 19

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one is a romance and the other is a tale of a saved tragedy. The opening will feature a presentation of The Wedding Story by Julianne Homokay – a one-act comedy of three characters: a storyteller, the perfect bride and a perfect groom. The storyteller attempts to tell a group of children an ideal bedtime story, having all the qualities of a classical romantic fairy tale. However, the reality of marriage known by the couple leads to some rather hilarious circumstances indeed. McTavish gives a quality hand in the direction of this well-known art form. A rendition of Terry Roueche’s But I Am French is sure to create laughter. In this romantic comedy, a very likable Charles tries to convince his no-nonsense girlfriend that he really is French, only to find that the accent might work, but his knowledge of the French language doesn’t. Hicks adds a personal flavor to this oneact play. He directs this British award-winning one-act romantic comedy drama entitled Is

Foolish Acts take over Bailey stage By Murray Green

You can celebrate April Fool’s Day at the Bailey Theatre with an evening of fun, surprise, love, trials and tribulations on April 1 at 8 p.m. Infinite Imagination, founded by Mike Hicks and Trevor McTavish, introduce their first in a series of several theatrical productions of the recently established In House Theatre Group of the Bailey Theatre. Hicks and McTavish have several years of experience in local theatre. Together, they bring talent and expertise to Foolish Acts. They are joined by Rayna Pohorelic, a wellknown actress and director of Camrose and district theatre companies. Making his debut on the Bailey stage is Darryl Bleau, and Deb Anderson makes her second appearance. It would be foolish to miss this evening of four one-act theatre productions. Two are comedies,

This Seat Taken, written by Sean Baker. In this play, a couple endeavors to put spark in a 14-year marriage through role play. Their commitment to attempt role play is only due to their love for each other. Only after meeting with another couple, do they find, in reality, that there may very well be one right way to role play and their way may not be it. Still Life is a drama written by Seth Krammer and directed by Rayna Pohorelic. An accomplished artist is confronted with tragedy and despair and must face the question, what do you do when your purpose in life is stolen from you? Can a friend come to your assistance in finding answers? This heart-touching drama is not to be missed. Tickets are available online at www.baileytheatre.com/tickets, at the Bailey Box Office, 5041-50 Street from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 3 to 5 p.m., or by phoning 780-672-5510.

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Sparkle Dance Festival to hold two events Continued from page 17

“It is done in a positive and rewarding environment to encourage dancers to have fun, while improving their skills.” The youngest dancers are three years old and it goes up to adult performances. “We will have everything such as ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, novelty, musical theatre and hip hop,” Kirsti added. The dance instructors have more than 10 years experience in Central Alberta. “We have taught many students in varying levels and have attended many festivals of varying arrangements. Through our experiences attending festivals as dancers, instructors, organizers and adjudicators, we have collaborated our beliefs and values to create what we

feel would be the most beneficial composition for a dance festival for dance students. Our focus is to provide this experience for both recreational and competitive studios ranging from small city, town and rural communities to larger city centres, allowing for the most balanced performance atmosphere for our dancers,” added Kirsti. “We are happy to bring this kind of an event to Camrose because we grew up there. We went to festivals when we were younger and we thought about bringing this level of dance to Camrose. This is one way we thought we could do it,” said Kirsti, who runs Studio K Dance in Sundre. Antoinelle teaches in Lacombe and Blackfalds with Dancers Edge. Together, they strive to create and foster a passion

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Making used good again

William McGonigal of Ferintosh prepares the next items for repair or renewal in his little shop.

By Ron Pilger 80 years old and selling good used “stuff” as quick as he gets it! William McGonigal would not be considered your typical 80-year-old. He’s definitely not one to sit around. In fact, he’s tough to keep up to! On an average day, you will find him in his simple, dull and dated shop with a saw, drill or a stain brush in his hand. He might be making repairs to a coffee table or night stand, or perhaps adding reinforcing braces to an old-fashioned laundry stand for a customer. A few hours later, he might be loading his highmileage van with a “fixedup” cabinet or a snowblower or perhaps a lawnmower that he has got running again which he will deliver (often at no extra charge) into Camrose. Bill (as he is known by people far and wide), is a mostly-retired farmer; however, he still raises a small herd of goats. Bill and his best friend, Eva, live a few miles south of Ferintosh. He readily admits: “I’m not a finishing carpenter – that’s for certain! But I make furniture and other things functional again. “Not everyone needs new, expensive and pretty. Some people need some-

thing which just does the job. That’s my hobby – helping people. Most people my age can’t or won’t haul around furniture or other heavy items. For me, finding a chair or a china cabinet or a hedge trimmer that needs a bit of love and attention, selling it for a great price, and getting it to them is the way I can help people. And, I’m having a ton of fun and meeting some new and nice people every day of the week!” Bill sources his items at estate sales, garage sales, auction sales, where he routinely buys “good stuff” by the pallet and by networking. “Everybody knows me,” says Bill, with a twinkle in his eye. “For years, I’ve had a table at Rose City Farmers’ Market. In fact, I’m being pressured to run for the Market board or chair position. I go to all of the auctions that are held and I’ve been here forever.” Bill explains his current hobby turned into a small business venture: “Do I make a lot of money? No, I don’t, that’s for sure. I hope to make a profit when I see something and my goal is five percent. This is more about living life, meeting people, helping a single mom with small kids, or doing something

for a senior who can’t do what I am able to do. “This gives me energy! It’s fun. And, yes, I make a few dollars doing something I love.” The turning point for Bill’s business endeavour? “Without a doubt, it was when The Booster started offering free For Sale ads in the classified section. “I know when The Booster gets delivered. My phone starts ringing almost instantly. I get calls from people close to the Saskatchewan border. I get more calls from the rural area than from inside the City. I keep track. I average ten calls every week for the items I advertise in The Booster.” His second secret to success: “I started trading rather than selling. When I deliver something, I ask people what they have that they no longer need. Then we make a deal that both of us are happy with! I get something new in my inventory. Something different to fix. Another way to make a new friend. And I might even make a few dollars.” The interview abruptly ends. His phone rings. Bill is a busy man and time is precious. He’s off to make the delivery of a TV stand on wheels to a seniors’ home in Camrose.

Opal McGinitie

Clara Lenore Burton

Opal McGinitie of Tofield, Alberta was born in Ryley, Alberta on October 25, 1922. She passed away on March 24, 2017 at Tofield Long Term Care at the age of 94 years. She is survived by her children Barbara (Vern), Floyd (Rosalyn) and Darlene; grandchildren Carmen (Clayton), Dale (Julie), Chris (Michelle) and Lisa (Robert): sisters-in-law Alice Munkedal and Fay McGinitie; plus numerous great-grandchildren, relatives and friends. Opal was predeceased by her husband Donnelly; and numerous brothers and sisters. A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, April, 1, 2017 at Tofield United Church with Rev. Adam Hall officiating. Interment will follow at 2:00 p.m. at the Tofield Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Alberta Cancer Foundation.

December 1, 1933 ~ March 23, 2017 Clara Lenore Burton of Camrose passed away on Thursday, March 23, 2017 at the age of 83 years. Left to cherish her memory are her children Doug (Anita), and Darrell (Michelle) and their families. Lenore was predeceased by her husband Lawrence. A Funeral Service will be held at a later date in Saskatchewan. To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneralhome. com.

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Laurence Allan Hillaby of Camrose passed away on Sunday, March 19, 2017 at the age of 81 years. Left to cherish his memory are his four children and their families. Allan was predeceased by his wife Josie. A Funeral Service was held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 25, 2017 from Burgar Memorial Chapel. To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneralhome. com.

Cameron Wallace Lyster passed away on March 19, 2017 at the age of 20 years. Left to cherish his memory are his parents Bob and Shirley Lyster; brother Greg; aunt and uncle Lara and Arnold White; cousins Jeff and Eric Brausen; grandmother Barbara Hayduk; grandfather Ken Lyster; uncle Don Lyster; and many great aunts and uncles. He was predeceased by his maternal grandfather Steve Hayduk and his paternal grandmother Peggy Lyster. A funeral service was held at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, March 24, 2017 from the Rosalind Community Hall. To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneralhome. com.

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Murray Green, Camrose Booster Cameron Lyster of Camrose, right, who recently passed away, was a member of the Canadian Armed Reserves. He served at the 36th Service Battalion, Camp Aldershot, located in Kentville, Nova Scotia. Eight friends from the military who worked and trained with him made the trip to attend his funeral. Back row from left, Private Kevin Keir, Craftsman Ben Abel, Private Olivier Fortin and Private Caelen Lavery.

Front row from left, Private Sarah Laprade, Master Corporal Jonathan Veinot, Second Lt. Fred Paquette and Private Lewis Pike.

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Joyce Marie Sutherland (nee Foss) June 26, 1945 ~ March 18, 2017

Colleen Janette Bright February 23, 1957 ~ March 22, 2017 It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Colleen Janette Bright of Wetaskiwin, AB at the age of 60. Left to cherish her memory are her four sons Ryan Krutzfeldt ( Jana), Jeff Krutzfeldt (Melissa), Mike Elgert and Brad Elgert (Kim); five grandchildren Jayja, Aliyah, Drayden, Jack and Elizah; her siblings Debbie Bright (Christian), Joan Dumont (Wayne) and David Bright (Sandy); her mother Donna Bright; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Colleen was predeceased by her father Ronald Bright. A memorial service was held on Sunday, March 26, 2017, where Colleen was surrounded by her family and friends. If family and friends so desire, memorial contributions are gratefully accepted to the Canadian Cancer Society. Baker Funeral Chapel – Wetaskiwin 780-352-2501 or 888-752-2501 Condolences: www.womboldfuneralhomes.com

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Joyce Marie Sutherland (nee Foss) was born on June 26, 1945 in Camrose, Alberta. She passed away on March 18, 2017 at the age of 71 years in Camrose. Joyce was the eldest of nine children born to George and Grace Foss. The family moved to Surrey, BC when Joyce was in Grade Three and she lived in BC most of her life. Joyce married Douglas Sutherland in October 1966 and to this marriage, four children were born: Scott, Shane, Trevor and Sherry. Joyce spent her working years in the meat industry as a meat wrapper in the Super Value and then Safeway in Williams Lake. She ran the meat counters and the deli. At one time, she owned her own deli in Camrose called the Cam County Deli. When Joyce retired from Safeway, she moved back to Camrose where she spent her time with her grandchildren – the loves of her life. Joyce is survived by her son Scott (Kristy) Sutherland and their children Darrin and Brianne; son Shane Sutherland (Tarah Murdoch) and their son Lochlan; Trevor Sutherland (Jennifer Pizzey) and their children Kristen, Brooklyn, Daniel and Nicholas; and Sherry Laubscher (nee Sutherland) and her children Sherlayne, Lynzay and Sheldon; her sisters Eileen Staal and Georgina (Joe) Orcheski; and brothers Arnold (Ria) Foss, Marvin (Noreen) Foss, Kenny Foss, Dennis Foss and Harvey (Doreen) Foss and their families. Joyce was predeceased by her parents George and Grace Foss; husband Doug; sister Kathy Campbell; sisters-in-law Cindy Foss and Barbara Foss; brother-in-law Mike Staal; and nephew Derek Foss. She will be greatly missed by family and friends. A Funeral Service was held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 25, 2017 from Messiah Lutheran Church with Rev. Jacques Vaillancourt officiating. Interment has taken place in the Emil Bosman Memorial Garden, Round Hill. If family and friends so desire, memorial contributions are gratefully accepted to the Stollery Children’s Hospital or to the Huntington Society of Camrose. To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneralhome.com.

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Mayor signs proclamation for Meals on Wheels week By Lori Larsen

Meals on Wheels Camrose is proclaiming March 27 to 31 Meals on Wheels Awareness Week. The aim of Meals on Wheels Awareness Week is to educate residents on the important service provided to residents who may not be able to adequately plan and prepare their own healthy meals. Meals on Wheels is a registered society that offers a hot noon meal delivered to clients homes by volunteers up to five days per week (not including stat holidays) and a frozen food program (all frozen foods are prepared without food additives). All hot meals are prepared daily from scratch and are low fat and low salt, consisting of a soup or salad, main course and dessert, and are based on Canada’s Food Guide. The meals are delivered to the recipients by a group of dedicated volunteers. History

“In the fall of 1972, ladies from the Camrose United Church invited interested people from the various churches in Camrose to meet with the prospect of initiating a Meals on Wheels program in the City,” said Camrose and District Pre-school and Camrose and District Home Support director Maria Lobreau. “The meals were con-

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Mayor Norm Mayer signs a proclamation declaring March 27 to 31 Meals on Wheels week. Pictured left to right are Meals on Wheels vice-chair Doreen Kelly, board member Florence Johnson and chair Doreen Pushak, Bethany Group manager David Saunders and Camrose and District Pre-school and Camrose and District Home Support director Maria Lobreau.

tracted from Versa Foods at St. Mary’s Hospital at a cost of $0.85,” explained Lobreau. “Recipients were charged $1. The 15 cents was used to help recover costs of containers.” Ross Jacques served as treasurer for several years, then the church coordinators turned the money into Camrose and District Support Services (CDSS) office. The first meals were delivered on Jan. 8, 1973, beginning with 11 recipients and eventually 19. The first annual meeting was held on May 2, 1973 at the United Church. Mrs. Dorothy Easton chaired the meeting and a constitution was accepted. Churches participating in the first year were St.

Andrew’s Anglican, Alliance Church, Evangelical Covenant, Living Faith Fellowship and the Church of God. In February 1984, new carriers for the meals were purchased and, in November 1985, signs were made available for delivery vehicles. In February 1988, the meal preparation was contracted to Bethany Long Term Care Centre and, in September of that year, a cart was purchased to carry the meals from the Bethany kitchen to the loading area. In 1995, Camrose Meals on Wheels and Camrose Homemakers’ Services amalgamated to become Camrose and District Support Services. The program continued

to see changes including delivery of meals on weekends in 1995, and the availability of frozen meals in 2005. “In 2015, meal preparation began at the Brookside Bethany kitchen,” noted Lobreau. “In 2016, we served 4,094 hot meals and 671 frozen meals.” For 95 years, Bethany Group, a non-profit organization, has grown to provide health and housing services to clients in over 30 communities. “Meals on Wheels is one the programs of Bethany Group that helps many people in the Camrose community,” said Bethany Group manager David Saunders. “Moving to the Brookside kitchen meant providing a better service to the Meals on Wheels clients versus the kitchen in Rosehaven which is designed to provide meals for clients in long-term care, not necessarily for those out in the community.”

Currently, the kitchen prepares 400 meals a month (20 a day) on average and is eager to take on more requests from the community. “This program has relied heavily on the generous support of the community; firstly, the volunteers who deliver all the meals and secondly, for financial support,” said Lobreau. “Many individuals, churches, service clubs, businesses and organizations have contributed to our volunteer roster and purchase supplies necessary to provide the service. Our sincere thanks to all of you.” This year, Camrose Meals on Wheels Celebrates 45 years of service. For more information on the Camrose and District Home Support Services, specifically Meals on Wheels, visit the web page at www. camrosefcss.ca/home_ support_meals_on_wheels/.

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Brookside kitchen hospitality attendant Ken Jabel hands Camrose Police Service Crime Prevention Constable Kelly Bauer one of the hot meals for Meals on Wheels delivery.

Augustana Outdoors Club holds equipment drive

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Augustana Outdoors Club members, left to right, Emily Lyseng, Nils Asfeldt and Cameron Hutchinson, gathered some examples of gear that could be donated to the club’s upcoming Gear Drive on April 5 at the University of Alberta Augustana Campus. By Lori Larsen

The University of Alberta Augustana Campus Outdoors Club is holding a gear drive on April 5 from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. at the Augustana Welcome Desk located in the Forum. They are asking residents to donate any outdoor activity equipment, gear or clothing. “We’ve been looking at trying to start a rental program, either through the Augustana Outdoor Education Program or through

the Augustana Outdoors Club (AOC),” explained Nils Asfeldt, member of the AOC. The initiative was triggered when Asfeldt was contacted by an assistant professor of the Augustana Outdoor Education Program regarding purchasing some of the tents the program was giving up. “We ended up buying ten of the tents and that kickstarted this whole campaign.” The objective behind the AOC’s gear drive is to

acquire outdoor gear, in good condition, to rent to Augustana students and community members who may not otherwise have equipment at their disposal, but want to participate in outdoor activities. “It would primarily be for Augustana students,” said AOC member Emily Lyseng, “But we would definitely like to open it up to the community and have that gear available to them as well.” Asfeldt added the rentals would be for personal use and could include renting items for the entire summer for camping. Examples of gear that could be donated include, but are not limited to, outdoor clothing including fleece, wicking undergarments and rain gear, hiking boots, sleeping bags and mats, compasses, campstoves, outdoor cookware, headlamps, f la sh l ight s, sk is, snowboards and goggles. Larger items such as canoes or kayaks are welcome, but the Gear Drive committee asks, if you are considering donating a large item, to call ahead so they can arrange for storage.

“We are looking for anything a student coming to residence would not necessarily have available or bring with them because their rooms are tiny,” noted Lyseng. Asfeldt pointed out that often students at Augustana desire to take part in outdoor activities but, due to budget restraints, often do not have the appropriate equipment. Having a place to rent the equipment would make the activities more accessible. “Our over-arching mission for the Outdoors Club is to make the outdoors accessible to all, and this gear rental program is an extension of that,” said Asfeldt. Lyseng said, “It is a great way to introduce people to being outside because they can try it out (without putting out a great deal of expense) and if they like it, they can continue to pursue that interest. Both Lyseng and Asfeldt agree it is a perfect fit for international or outof-province students who might arrive at university with little more than one suitcase. The AOC consists of approximately 25 regu-

lar members with another larger contingent of dropins, including community Alumni members for a few of the major events held during the year. Generally, the club holds 10 to 12 events throughout the year. Major events include a trip to the Edmonton Wave Pool to surf the waves or overnight camping trips. Community members are welcome to join in any of the activities. The club is presently in the process of working out the fine details such as pricing, insurance and storage. “One of the main barriers right now is going to be storage (for the donated items),” said Asfeldt. “We have had meetings with Augustana Facilities and Operations, but we may be looking for future donations of building supplies for a shed that we might have to build.” For more information on the Gear Drive or the Augustana Outdoors Club visit the Facebook page at facebook.com/uofa.asa/ photos/ or contact Nils Asfeldt at email asfeldt@ ualberta.ca or by telephone at 780-213-1712.

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Wildrose Livingstone– Macleod MLA Pat Stier introduced an enhanced bill to protect property rights that would remove adverse possession, or squatters’ rights, from Alberta law, on March 23. Bill 204 would bring Alberta law up to speed with the majority of Canada by removing squatters’ rights, an archaic law that permits untitled occupants of land for 10 years or longer to take possession of that same land without a valid agreement with the original owner, from the books. The Alberta Property Rights Advocate recommended scrapping the law back in 2014 since Alberta and Nova Scotia are the only provinces with a law such as this still in place. “It’s high time we caught up to the rest of the country and abolished squatters’ rights in this province,” Stier said in opposition to the current law. “In addition to the many good things, my Bill would protect property rights. This is the big issue that so many hardworking landowners have been waiting patiently to see fixed.” A motion on abolishing squatters’ rights received party support, but there is no indication that legislation will be coming from the government. Last session, Stier introduced Bill 210 to take out the draconian ministerial powers in Bill 36, the Alberta Land Stewardship Act (ALSA), and to improve landowner rights with regard to energy exploration. After the session ended, bills not completely processed had to be re-introduced. Stier introduced Bill 204 which, like Bill 210, would also reform ALSA by, revising Section 19.1 of ALSA so landowners receive fair compensation when their livelihood is directly and negatively impacted by regional planning. This includes rights for holders of statutory consents (such as forestry permits, intensive livestock operation licenses, oil and gas leases and grazing leases) to recover financial losses through the courts if they are negatively impacted by regional planning. “There’s no place for squatters’ rights in Alberta in 2017. This is a golden opportunity for the government to work with the opposition and accomplish something good for Albertans,” said Stier.

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Achieving personal goals is strongly dependent on the probability for success. As a teenager, I wanted to marry Debbie Reynolds and my imagined chance was high since I knew exactly what I would say to her. In reality, the probability was far below absolute zero. (Marilyn Monroe was also a consideration, but I thought Mother might not approve). It is not wise to take risks based on hope, yet when the prize is highly desired, some persons substitute fairy dust for logic (See previous paragraph). Recently, there were news reports about a person who had wire from a barbecue brush stuck in their esophagus. The wire from the brush was embedded in a hamburger. This was a serious incident and it was newsworthy. This should encourage us to carefully check the grill. It should not stop us from using a brush. Of the millions of Canadians who barbecue multiple times every year, those minute few who did not inspect their grill should not be a reason to stop brushing away the yuck. News reports are a bothersome source for scaring the wits out of us for a .001 per cent chance that we might come to some harm. If that were the measure for safety, no one would ever enter a highway. Measured risk is a part of living. The better we measure and the more appropriately we respond, the more likely we will continue to be safe and successful. One of the common activities with virtually no chance of success is the purchase of lottery tickets. When a lottery is supporting a respected charity, one might rationalize the terrible odds. When purchasing a Lotto Max ticket, there is a one in 28.6 million chance of winning. Some people try to elevate their winning probabilities by buying multiple tickets. Every ticket buyer is amoung 28.6 million losers and one winner. If you bought one million tickets, you would have one million chances of winning against 27.6 million chances of losing. To put lottery purchases in perspective, put 28,600,000 white beans in a rotating container along with a winning black bean. Each morning, pull out one bean until you draw the black one. If the black bean is drawn last, you will be 75,000 years old before you become a winner. If, on average, the black bean was drawn mid-way through the process, you would only be 37,000 years old. We think we can win because we saw an ecstatic person with a three-meter long cheque claiming, “This $ 50 million will never change me.” (They all say that.) If all the losers took 10 seconds on TV to say, “I bought a Lotto Max ticket and I didn’t win,” then you would need to sit and stare at your TV for eight uninterrupted hours for 993 days to view all the losers, followed by one person who would say, “I bought a ticket and I won.” Long before you finished viewing, you would likely smash the screen and return to a life of better odds. I should never buy a lottery ticket. I can’t ever get my luggage to arrive first after an air flight. One time, I flew with 11 others; seven other suitcases arrived before mine. Judgment should be based on probability. Some persons are excellent at doing such, while others bet on hope. Hope is never enough. However, a long time ago, I won the lottery twice. Out of seven billion persons, only 36 million got to live in Canada and I was one of them. Also, I had the good fortune to arrive in the mid20th century, rather than in a time long ago when the lovers of lottery chances would have dragged me off to a local torture chamber.


Murray Green, Camrose Booster The Camrose branch of the Royal Canadian Legion donated $15,900 to various community groups. Back row, from left, are Nora-Lee Rear of Camrose Women’s Shelter, WO Riley Newberry of SALH Army Cadet Corp, Andy Thompson of Camrose and District Soccer Association, Greg Nielsen of Camp Health Hope and Happiness Society, Valma Babiuk of CDSS Meals on Wheels and Janet Dereniuk of Wilderness Family Camp. Front row, from left, are Randy Simmett of Camrose VIP Club, Michelle Panas of Centra Cam, Tessa Lindballe of Girl Guides (Camrose Brownies) and Legion member Tricia Cameron.


Murray Green, Camrose Booster The Camrose branch of the Royal Canadian Legion presented $4,000 worth of bursaries to local students to help them with education costs. Pictured back row, from left, are Tim Messeck, Lindsay Lightburn represented by Vern, Taylor Johnston and Blaine Hironika represented by Mari. In the front row, from left, are Legion Poppy Fund member Agnes Minnes, Vanessa Lievers, Camryn Gau and Gracie Yelland.


Murray Green, Camrose Booster The Camrose branch of the Royal Canadian Legion donated $15,900 to various community groups. Back row, from left, are Christine Cross of Friends of Daysland Library, Linda Cunningham of Kountry Krafters, Jim Cook of Camrose Minor Sports Help Fund, Dave Poulin of Rose City Handivan and Brent Gotaas of Camrose Minor Ball. Front row, from left, are Camryn Gau of Camrose Sea Serpents, Legion Poppy Fund member Agnes Minnes, Fallon McGhie of Camrose Youth Bowling and Legion member Tricia Cameron.

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Automatic transmissions were invented in Saskatchewan By Murray Green

With all of the technology throughout the world in the car industry, it is hard to imagine that the invention of the automatic transmission for vehicles was invented in Regina, Saskatchewan. Although most people didn’t mind shifting a few gears in driving cars in its early days, a lot of women hated it. Gears were missed, engines were raced, stockings were torn and high heels were broken while trying to get manual transmissions shifted. The problem continued to escalate when men went off to war and women stepped up to help more on the home front. They wanted a vehicle that they could just press the gas and go. The obvious advantage of an automatic transmission to the driver is the lack of a clutch pedal and manual shift pattern in normal driving. The introduction of the automatic transmission did this by offering a smooth form of shifting. The earliest automobiles offered only manual transmissions, which were similar in principle to today’s stickshift vehicles. These cars sported two forward gears and one reverse, coupled to the engine via a series of pedals.

Control of the car at low speeds is often easier with an automatic than a manual, due to a side effect of the clutchless fluid-coupling design called “creep” that causes the car to want to move while in a driving gear, even at idle. But as cars grew larger and traffic got worse, engineers began searching for a way to have the car automatically shift from one gear to another. Designers spent decades perfecting the modern automatic transmission. The first automatic transmission was invented on the prairies in 1921 by Canadian steam engineer, Alfred Horner Munro. He designed a device to use compressed air, rather than hydraulic fluid so it lacked power and never sold commercially. However, a Wall Street Journal article credits Z.F. Friedrichshafen with the invention, occurring shortly after the First World War. His origins were in manufacturing gears for airship engines, beginning in 1915 with the company founded by Ferdinand von Zeppelin. The first automatic transmission using hydraulic fluid may have been developed in 1932 by two Brazilian engineers,

José Braz Araripe and Fernando Lehly Lemos. In 1934, both REO and General Motors developed semi-automatic transmissions that were less difficult to operate than a fully manual unit. These designs, however, continued to use a clutch to engage the engine with the transmission. The Brazilian plans for the automatic caught the eye of General Motors who then developed the first automatic transmission using hydraulic fluid in the

Second World War in some military vehicles. The 1948 Oldsmobile was the first model to use a true automatic transmission. The Hyrda-Matic, developed by GM engineer, Earl Thompson, was billed as “The greatest advance since the self-starter.” The Hydra-Matic went through continual upgrading and refinements through 1955, but the basic design and theory used were consistent throughout its remarkably long life span. General Motors replaced the Hydra-Matic in 1956

1930s, and introduced the Hydra-Matic transmission in 1940 in Oldsmobiles. The Hydra-Matic was subsequently adopted by Cadillac and Pontiac, and was sold to various other automakers, including Bentley, Hudson, Kaiser, Nash and Rolls-Royce. It also found use during the

with the Jetaway. The jet was not a roaring success and quickly gave way to the Turbo Hydra-Matic in 1969. The original HydraMatic transmission was one of the most important innovations in the history of the automobile. It wasn’t the first automatic trans-

mission, but it was the first one that really worked and its resounding commercial success paved the way for every subsequent autoshifter. The technology came along at an opportune time in history as North America was abundant with victory from the Second World War and building up steam for the post-war boom. With its simplicity and ease of use, the automatic transmission offered up the automobile to the masses. At the very least it widened the perspective of an increasingly mobile workforce, fed the flow of migration to the suburbs, and welcomed women back into the economy following the war effort. The most significant changes/improvements in the automatic transmission design to date are the number of forward gears transmissions now have and the switch from mechanically controlled to electronically controlled transmission operations. Mechanically controlled automatic transmissions have reached their limit in terms of future improvements, while electronically (or computer) controlled automatic gearboxes have only touched the surface of the possibilities.


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After a thorough washing and interior detailing, many vehicle owners put the finishing touch on their cars and trucks by applying a coat of wax. Is this a practice of automotive vanity, or does waxing actually pay legitimate dividends? A coat of wax provides a pristine shine and can help protect paint from the elements. Waxing may not be as essential as in years past, when vehicle paints were run-of-the-mill lacquers that didn’t offer much in the way of protection. But waxing can still provide a variety of benefits that go beyond making a vehicle look good when cruising down the highway. Protects paint’s clear coating: According to the research team at consumer resource site Angie’s List, Seasonal failing to occasionally apply Tire Stora wax or another protectant ge Available to the vehicle’s exterior can cause a breakdown of the clear coat that protects the paint. If the clear coating deteriorates, the paint can be exposed to road salt and may be vulnerable to damPackage Includes: age from oxidation.  Motorcraft premium oil and Covers up blemishes: Motorcraft filter change. Properly applied wax can  Rotate and inspect four tires cover small scratches or  Inspect brake system and FOR light blemishes in the paint report on measurements ONLY job. This may delay having  Check belts and hoses to get a new paint job.  Up to 87-point inspection including: Air filter (clogged air filter reduces fuel Instant and mail-in Rebates. Shields against bugs economy), Steering and suspension component, Battery test and report on findings and bird debris: A freshly washed car can seem like a VISIT OUR QUICK LANE, LOCATED AT: magnet for bird droppings and bug splatter. A coat of wax is another protectant against these issues, and may make it easier to clean off residue so it doesn’t stick to and damage the vehicle’s paint. APPLICABLE TAXES AND PROVINCIAL LEVIES NOT INCLUDED. OFFER(S) VALID AT ADVERTIS ING QUICK LANE ONLY, AND MAY NOT BE COMBINED Reduces leasing WITH ANY OTHER OFFER. DISCOUNT OFF REGULAR RETAIL PRICE OF ALL QUICK LANE PARTS OR SER VICE. ALL PARTS MANUFACTURER expenses: Lessees may WARRANTIES APPLY. SOME CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS MAY APPLY – TALK TO YOUR QUICK LANE MANAGER FOR DETAILS. want to know that applyTM ing wax can keep a vehicle in better condition, which can pay dividends when it is time to turn in a vehicle. The dealership will perform a thorough inspection and could charge for discoloration, scratches or other paint issues. Waxing regularly may help reduce those expenses. May help prevent careless driving: A person who diligently takes care of his or her vehicle may translate that care into caution behind the wheel. If one is excited to keep a clean and well-maintained car, it makes sense that the same person will want to protect the vehicle in other ways, such as through safe driving habits. Provides exercise and fresh air: A day spent washing and waxing a vehicle can be enjoyable to those who can use some time outdoors. Improves resale value: A well-maintained car or truck is more attractive to potential buyers. That can translate into a higher resale value, whether the vehicle is sold privately or as a trade-in. Waxing a vehicle is beneficial in various ways. New formulations are easier than ever to apply and can provide that shiny, well-maintained look drivers covet.

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Many people aspire to drive more efficiently in an attempt to conserve fuel, save money and reduce the carbon footprints of their vehicles. But driving efficiently can also make driving safer for motorists, their passengers and everyone else, including pedestrians, sharing the roads. Drivers who want to drive more efficiently can implement a variety of strategies to do just that. Obey the speed limits. Speed limits are determined with safety in mind, and drivers should always adhere to posted speed limits to protect themselves, their passengers and others on the road. In 2015, 27 per cent of motor vehicle crash deaths were speeding-related. But obeying the speed limit is also cost-effective. Miles per gallon begins to dip dramatically when vehicles travel above 55 miles per hour. While each vehicle is different, the EPA notes that increasing highway cruising speed from 55 miles per hour to 75 miles per hour can raise fuel consumption by as much as 20 per cent. Do not idle a vehicle. Electronic engines do not need to warm up, even in winter when temperatures are especially cold. Vehicles that are idling can produce as much pollution as vehicles that are in motion, and idling for as little as 10 seconds wastes more gas than restarting the engine. Drivers concerned about overtaxing their engines shortly after starting them can warm their engines by easing into their drives and avoiding excessive revving. Use cruise control wisely. Drivers concerned about fuel economy may be accustomed to turning on their vehicles’ cruise control when driving long distances on the highway. While that is an effective and fuelefficient way to maintain steady speeds, turn cruise control off when traversing roads with steep hills. On such roads, fuel efficiency can be lost because the vehicle engine is working harder to maintain steady speeds. Tighten the gas cap. When gas caps are loose, fuel evaporates. The Car Care Council notes that loose, missing or damaged gas caps contribute to the evaporation of roughly 147 million gallons of gas per year. Driving efficiently can make roadways safer, benefit the environment and save drivers considerable amounts of money.


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Avoid warming vehicle By Murray Green

Regardless of the temperature outside, you should avoid vehicle idling. The best way to warm up your engine in the cold is to gently start driving. If you are driving a vehicle that is newer then 1980, then idling should be a thing of the past. Vintage cars did need

a bit of time to warm up because the carburetor couldn’t always get the right mix of air and fuel into the engine when it was cold. But carburetors were replaced by fuel injectors starting in the 80s, so unless you drive a car that is more than 30 years old, it’s time to change your bad habit.

Modern fuel-injection technology relies on sensors to supply fuel to the engine and these sensors adjust to temperature, so you should only need a maximum of 30 seconds of idling before driving away. Idling for more than 10 seconds uses more fuel than restarting your engine, and it gets you zero

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A cold engine produces more unburned hydrocarbons. Idling your engine to warm it up releases harmful emissions that have been linked to cancer, diabetes, cognitive degeneration, and heart and lung disease. This is especially dangerous if you idle in your garage. Even with the garage door open you are putting yourself and your family at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. Idling your car is completely unnecessary even in the cold. In extreme temperatures, using a block heater or plugging in your vehicle are far better alternatives. Stop idling and make the right choice for your car, wallet, health and environment.

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Tigers reap gold, Trojans collect silver By Murray Green

Hay Lakes won the final game against the Senator Gershaw (Bow Island) School for gold medals in 1A basketball provincials on March 18. The Tigers also beat Livingstone 66-63 and Parkland 70-49 to earn a trip to the final. “We were ranked fourth going into the provincials. We were as high as number two during the year, and I thought we were one of the top four teams and thought we had a shot at a medal,” said Hay Lakes coach Brian Hoglund. The Tigers went 39-1 during the year, so the players and coaches knew they were capable of challenging the top teams. “The southern teams, all three ranked ahead of us, were good and the south is always strong. Pincher Creek, Livingstone (Lundbreck) and Bow Island were good, but looking at the scores around the province, we were right there,” coach added. “We had to beat the top team, Livingstone who were the defending champs, to reach the final. They scouted us and we scouted them and it was like looking in a mirror of our team. They could play defence and score some points.” The longer Hay Lakes stayed with the top team, the more confidence they gained. “Our guys believed they could play with the big boys from the south. We stayed within four points and made a comeback to win by three,” explained coach Hoglund. “We had five guys with double digits in scoring, so it was a total team effort. Our advantage was our depth. Most teams were using six players and I was using 10 guys.” Focusing on defence always came first and they knew the scoring would come. “We played the number two team in the final and it wasn’t tough to get them to focus because they have been doing it all year. This group was really motivated. All year they just wanted to see how good they could be,” said Hoglund. “Our defence won it. We felt as long as we could get stops, we would get enough chances to score. It was an unbelievable year. Winning zones was the goal we set at the beginning of the year. Two years ago the core of this team went 8-19. We were not very good at all. We took our lumps, but motivating them was never a problem. I knew this was a special group and a ton of fun to coach. They listened, worked hard and did all of the little things right. To win the gold is cool and a little bit surreal.” The players kept pushing themselves to create the magical year. “Our zone is the second toughest in the province and that helped us. Forestburg was ranked sixth in the province, so the other teams pushed us to get better. It helped being in a strong league and it doesn’t always get the respect for it. New Norway was ranked in the top 10 at one point, but Forestburg beat them so they didn’t get to go to provincials.” The Tigers will lose five players next year, but will still field a good team on the court. Besides coach Hoglund and manager Cody These, Ty Hoglund, Carson Tylosky, Kyle Murray, Travis Dolter, Michael Taylor, Dallas Whiskeyjack, Joseph Barth, Connor Lange, Eric Rees, Justin Hoecherl, Taylor Sych, Jon Atema and Braden Lange were members of the gold medal wining team. Silver medals

The Camrose Composite High School Trojans collected silver medals at the 3A basketball provincials in Medicine Hat on March 18. St. Peter the Apostle captured the gold by knocking off the Trojans 74-63 in the final contest. CCHS defeated Brooks 92-71 and crushed W. R. Myers 87-42 to reach the final. The Bawlf Wildcats 1A girls squad hosted provincials, but lost to Grand Trunk 49-39 and to Rosemary 58-42 to place seventh. Viking came in ninth and Hay Lakes were 11th.

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Despite the fact that Kyler Kupka missed a lot of hockey games this year, he was named to the Alberta Junior Hockey League’s south division all-rookie team. Kupka scored 13 goals and collected 28 points in just 34 games for the Kodiaks. He missed most of the last half of the season due to an injury. Cody Laskosky of the local area and the Whitecourt Wolverines was named to the north allrookie team. He had 12 goals and 37 points in 53 games.

BIRTHS To Catherine

and Gilbert Berard, of Tofield, a daughter on March 14.

DEATHS Anna Pauline

The Hay Lakes Tigers earned gold medals in Calgary.

Norm Zunti, with thirty-five years in the trade, has likely worked on your car or truck at some point in time over the years. Maybe it was something simple, like a flat repair, or something complex like a valve job, or perhaps he was the experienced journeyman technician the shop foremen relied on for a technology or electrical issue.

Rau of Daysland, on March 18, at 97 years of age. Joyc e M a r ie Sut herl a nd , of Camrose, formerly of Williams Lake, BC, on March 18, at 71 years of age.

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Laurence Allan Hillaby, of Camrose, on March 19, at 81 years of age. Cameron Wallace Lyster, of Camrose, on March 19, at 20 years of age. Helen Esther Campbell, of Edmonton, formerly of

Camrose, on March 22, at 95 years of age. Clara Lenore Burton, of Camrose, on March 23, at 83 years of age. Opal McGinitie, of Tofield, on March 24, at 94 years of age.

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Regarding the Medivac-Drone from our front Page story… Thank you for your interest! We’re not saying the day will never come – after all, the world’s best techno geeks are pushing hard for autonomous (driverless) cars as soon as possible. However, to have an air ambulance drone touch down in Camrose on Saturday would be slightly too ambitious, time-wise. So, best not come by the “launch pad” this Saturday. Nonetheless …

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Aidan Anderson, left, and Austin Lavallee listen for Colton Simard’s instructions of the Augustana Vikings Andrew Klassen rink at the national curling championships.

Augustana curlers come up short By Murray Green

Earning the provincial curling championships put a target on the backs of the Augustana Vikings men’s curling team. Every team was gunning to beat them in the Canadian Colleges Athletic Conference nationals at the Rose City Curling Club on March 22 to 25. The Augustana Vikings men’s rink of skip Andrew Klassen, third Simard, second Austin Lavallee and lead Aidan Anderson started slow with a 7-4 loss to Red Deer, but took it out on the NAIT Ooks in the second game with the Vikings winning 14-4 in seven ends, including a seven ender in the second. The local team was up 4-2 after third ends to Logan James of Mohawk, but four straight scoring ends for the

Hawks put them up for an eventful 10-5 victory. Klassen and company bounced back with a 9-3 win against the familiar Matt Taylor rink out of Lakeland. Klassen scored four in the fifth to take a 5-2 lead, but the Charlie Richard rink from Fanshawe bounced back with four of their own in the sixth to start a come back for a 9-6 victory. The local team rebounded for a 7-4 win over the Olds team skipped by Dustyn Wozny to equal its record to 3-3 with one contest left in the round robin. Augustana played Zack Shurtleff’s Humber Hawks squad and dropped a 6-3 decision to go 3-4 overall. Lady Vikings

The Augustana Vikings women’s rink of skip Nikki Smith, third Jensen Manners, second Lynnelle Mache

and lead Katelyn Skolski suffered a 6-2 loss to Concordia in the opening game. The Vikings lost 7-4 to NAIT in their second outing in the eight team event. In the third game, the Fanshawe Falcons rink from Ontario won 9-4. Augustana met Cassandra Paccanaro’s Humber Hawks rink next and lost a 8-7 heartbreaker in the 10th end. The Smith rink broke a 3-3 tie in fifth end to score one and went on to win 10-4 over Tessa Briscoe’s Lakeland team. The Red Deer Marla Sherrer rink beat Augustana 9-5 in the sixth round. In the final round robin game, Vikings faced the Emma Caldwell rink from the Niagara Knights, winning 7-5 for a 2-5 record.

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Katelyn Skolski, left, and Jensen Manners sweep Lynnelle Mache’s stone for the Augustana Vikings Nikki Smith rink at the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association curling championships at the Rose City Curling Club in Camrose on March 22 to 25.

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Sure you want your ad to stand out from the rest, but don’t skimp on the sort of information that sells. The item’s condition, size, age, brand name, and color are some of the basics readers want to know. Without them, your ad may be overlooked.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS UKRAINIAN CATHOLIC CHURCH BAKE SALE – Saturday, April 8. 8:30-12:00 noon. Perogies, cabbage rolls, Easter baking, Ukranian glassware, etc. “Little White Church on the Lake” Sponsored by Camrose and Round Hill Parishes. 530448A Avenue. MIXED BRIDAL SHOWER for JENNIFER FLECK, bride elect of GEOFF BEDDOES, Saturday, April 1, 2:00 p.m., Centra Cam Community Room, 550246 Street, Camrose. Bring along your favorite recipe to share with the bride and groom. Ladies please bring lunch to share with sandwiches provided. ROUND HILL EASTER MARKET – Monday, April 10, 5:00-7:00 pm. For free table, call Terry. 780-672-6068.

THANKS THANK YOU St. Jude for prayers answered. – Judy.

PERSONAL DRINKING A PROBLEM? Alcoholics Anonymous, call 780-672-9406 or 780-608-8798.

HELP WANTED FAR M LABOR ER / EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE/OPERATOR HELP WANTED – Part-time, ideal for mechanically inclined person. Farm experience an asset but not required. Join our family farm team. Submit resumé to Box 333, c/o Camrose Booster Ltd., 4925-48 St., Camrose, AB T4V 1L7. TIRAS DAIRIES, INC. REQUIRES F/T MILK PROCESSING SUPERVISOR NOC 9213 – Hours may vary. Morning, afternoon or evening shift work. Must have 5-7 years’ supervisory experience in the food and beverage industry. Extensive knowledge in the operation of HTST pasteurization processing and CIP/SIP systems is required, along with a working knowledge of HACCP and CFIA regulations. Supervisor will prepare production and other reports, and manage inventory control. Duties may include training staff in cheese production following GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices). A knowledge of preventive maintenance of machinery and equipment is required. Starting wage is $22/hr., no benefits. Please submit resumé in person or by mail to: Tiras Dairies Inc., 3712-42 Ave., Camrose, AB T4V 4W3; or fax to 780608-2492. ANKERTON GAS CO-OP LTD. is taking applications for summer employment to begin work May 1, 2017 until August 31, 2017. Forward your resume by mail, fax or email with desired wage to: Ankerton Gas Co-op Ltd., Box 100, Bawlf, AB T0B 0J0; Fax 780-373-2466; Email: patankerton@syban.net. Deadline for applications is April 28, 2017.

WANTED WILL ACCEPT OLD VEHICLES, machinery, scrap iron, etc. Car batteries (will pay for). Call 780-672-6917 or 780686-5211.

SERVICES JUNK TO THE DUMP – Free estimates. Garages, Basements, Yards, Light hauling. Tom – 780-678-1847.

SELF-INKING STAMPS – Every shape, size, and colour. We deliver, right to your office. Camrose Booster Ltd., 4925-48 St., Camrose. Call us at 780-672-3142. DSS CONSTRUCTION Don’t put off those projects any longer! Give me a call and we can plan together. Devin Meakins, Ph. 780-853-1080 R.J.’S CONSTRUCTION Renovations, bathrooms, additions and repairs. Garages, concrete work. Arborite and tiles. 20 years’ experience in Camrose Call Rob, 780-672-0521 RICK’S DRYWALL, BOARDING, TAPING & TEXTURING 30 Years’ Experience For all your drywall needs call 780-672-1980 or 780-679-7346 McTAVISH DELIVERIES LTD. Local and long distance moving Storage Insured and bonded Where your business is appreciated 780-672-5242, Camrose TRIATHLON PROPERTY SOLUTIONS – has been successfully property managing/ reconditioning their own properties for 11 years and is looking to provide the same service to other landlords at a reasonable price. Call today. Reasonable rates, excellent service. For whatever your needs may be. Dave P. 780-678-6163. THE SHIRT OFF MY BACK TAILORING HAS MOVED! TO ELAINE’S HOME in Camrose Please Call 780-672-4793 Tues. - Fri., 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Thurs. Evening and Sat.: By Appointment Closed: Sun., Mon. and Holidays J.D.’s SMALL ENGINE REPAIR, SALES & SERVICE – Ph. 780-672-7649. BRIAN’S YARD CARE SERVICES – Acreages, farmyards. Hourly rates. Camrose, Bawlf and area. Reliable, hard working team. Call 780678-0053 or 780-563-0413, 7:30 am – 5:00 pm Monday to Friday. No answer? Please leave name and number. BRIAN’S YARD CARE SERVICES AND LANDSCAPING – Will do grass seeding with Brillrion Grass Seeder on acreages and farms. Hourly rates. Start booking from now until middle of April. Call 780678-0053, 780-563-0413. 7:30 am – 5:00 pm Monday to Friday. No answer? Please leave name and number.

LaCRIA TRUCKING Potable Water Hauling Residential, Commercial, Oilfield Gerald and Marla Steinwand, Owners PHONE 780-679-9134

FOR RENT FOR RENT ADS NOW UPLOADED TO The Camrose Booster Website DAILY! CAMROSE MOOSE HALL FOR RENT Ideal for weddings, banquets, any celebration or special occasion. Call 780-672-2505 TAMARACK PLACE Senior friendly community, smoke and pet-free. Features a social room, elevator and on-site manager. We are now accepting applications for our two-bedroom suites. All suites contain five appliances, including in-suite washer and dryer. Office hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon Ph. 780-678-2621 MID-CITY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, 1017197 Alberta Ltd. For All Your Rental Needs We have: • Duplexes • Houses • 4-Plexes • Condos • Apartments • Storage and more! Call 780-672-0662 or more info and listings or visit our ads on Kijiji PRIME DOWNTOWN SINGLE OFFICE SPACE at 4979-50 Street with elevator access 150 sq. ft. $300/mo., utilities included Call 780-679-5085 NEW 2 -BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE UNITS AVAILABLE – Never lived in! Energy efficient, quiet, superior craftsmanship. Five appliances including dishwasher, and laundry. Plenty of storage space. Local owner managed. Seeking mature, responsible adult tenants. No smoking, no pets (small older dogs welcome), no children. Yard work, snow shovelling provided. 780-679-7090. ASPEN TERRACE 100, 4920-66 St., Camrose AB One- and two-bedroom suites available for IMMEDIATE move in! Rents starting at $795. Modern, spacious apartment homes including fridge, stove, and full size washer and dryer in suite. Also includes heat, hot water, all window coverings and one parking stall. Small pets welcome. Call today for viewing. 780-672-8681

ROOMS FOR RENT in The Scotney and Jacqueline character homes. Both are 2.5 blocks from university in Camrose. Clean, quiet and bright. Rent is $550 - $600 monthly plus DD and includes WiFi, utilities, recycle pick-up, yard care and snow removal. Partially furnished w/ shared laundry. (Some rooms are fully furnished for international students.) This is an affordable, quality accommodation that fills quickly. (Some rooms still available.) No partiers, smokers or pets allowed. Reduced rate over the summer for students. Please call Dave P., 780678-6163. MAIN STREET RETAIL SPACE – Ground floor retail space located in high traffic, southerly area of Main Street, Camrose. Generous 1,664 sq. ft. of prime space at 4868-50 Street. Immediate occupancy. Nicely decorated, air conditioned. $12.97/sq. ft./ yr., plus share of property taxes, utilities and insurance boils out to $2,483.52 monthly. Call Blain or Don at 780-672-3142, the fairest, most reasonable people in the business. OFFICE SPACE – Nicely decorated second floor office over main street Camrose. Cozy 146 sq. ft. for only $170.09 monthly. Call the fairest and most reasonable landlords in the business, Blain or Don at 780672-3142, days. SHORELINE APARTMENTS – 4828-54 Street. Bachelor with balcony, and two-bedroom apartment available. Heat, water and laundry included. Has elevator and view of Mirror Lake. No smoking, no pets. Call 780-621-8495. TWO-BEDROOM SUITE – Spacious and bright in a fourplex apartment. Centrally located, clean, quiet, non-smoking building, no children, no pets. Undergoing a complete renovation, available April 1st. In keeping with our existing tenant profile, we are inviting inquiries from mature adults. $975 per month rent includes heat and water. Phone 780-679-7090. TWO-BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES AVAILABLE MAY 1 – Brand new, located in the Valleyview subdivision. Miles of paved walking trails just footsteps away! High-efficiency furnace and on-demand hot water offer wonderful savings on utilities. Private balcony. Upgraded fixtures, cabinetry and flooring. Snow removal and lawn mowing are provided. Local owner managed. Seeking long term, mature responsible adult tenants, non-smoking, no children or pets. Phone 780679-7090. One and Two Bedroom apartment Suites at 4806-46 Street on main floor. Newly renovated. $700-800/month including heat and water. No smokers, pets, or partiers. 780-672-5369.

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CLASSIFIED ADS (Continued) IMMACULATELY MAINTAINED, quiet, friendly, secure, ALL SENIORS apartment building. No smoking, no pets. (Southview Manor 5320-47 Avenue across from Rosehaven.) Sunny south facing one bedroom apartment available May 1. Rent/D.D. $650. Includes laundry room, heat, water, storage room, parking. Phone Barb 780-608-2011 for viewing. HOUSE FOR RENT IN DOWNTOWN CAMROSE – Four bedroom two bath, 1,365 sq. ft. Two-storey character home. $1,350/month plus damage deposit. No pets. No partiers. Available May 1. Call Dave P. 780-678-6163. THREE-BEDROOM MAIN FLOOR – By Sparling School. Spacious and bright. $1050 rent, $225 utilities. Separate heat. No smoking, no pets. 780-672-3372. T H R E E - B E D R O O M MOBILE HOME – in Southside mobile park. $1350/month, water and lot fee included. Open to option for rent to own. Call Steven at 780-619-5812. NEWER TWO-BEDROOM FOURPLEX Suite includes five appliances and is close to downtown area. Phone Rick, 780-608-5000 or George, 780-678-7610

HOUSEHOLD two Kitchen Tables – With four chairs. $99. 780-8772255. THREE FABRIC EASY CHAIRS – All for $75. 780877-2255. Sofa – Teal blue. $50. 780877-2255. Steel desk on wheels – $30. 780-877-2255. ASSORTED LAMPS – Two for $20. 780-877-2255. CEILING FANS – Two for $29. 780-877-2255. TWO TIER RICE STEAMER – $20. 780-877-2255.

RARE TEAPOT – Red clay, 12-cup with hand crafted cover. $20. 780-877-2255. CHORD ORGAN – With all music books. $50. 780-877-2255. WOOD STORAGE BOX – With mirrored back. $50. 780877-2255. LARGE WOOD DISPLAY TABLE – $30. 780-877-2255. SMALL wood lamp TABLE – $15. 780-877-2255. MOBILE TV TABLES – $15. 780-877-2255. COFFEE TABLES – Assorted. Two for $39. 780-8772255. Folding 8 ft. Wooden tables – Two for $79. 780877-2255. Kenmore sewing machine – $65. 780877-2255.

REAL ESTATE WELL KEPT BUNGALOW STYLE TOWNHOUSE FOR SALE $345,000. 3913-75 Street, Camrose AB. 780-940-1593 or go to www.comfree.com listing #722107 for more information.


Gelbvieh bulls – Two year old and yearling, registered polled bulls from our 38-year breeding program. Reds and blacks available. 780-672-9950. FOR SALE – Purebred Black Angus. Top quality yearling and two-year-old bulls, from deep bodied and good udder cows, for sale at Garnier Angus near Marwayne, Alberta. Genetics include such lines as Density, Musgrave Big Sky, Tiger, SAV International, Angus Valley, and Pioneer. Visit our website: www.garniercattle.com or give us a call. We would love to hear from you! 780-205-6692. Gus Garnier. LAKEFORD – Registered Polled Hereford and Red Angus bulls for sale! Two-year old and yearling bulls available. Top quality from a herd with over 50 years production history. Semen tested and ready to work in your herd. Contact Dan Prichard 780385-2298 or 780-385-2226.

PIPE – Tubing from 1 1/4” to 3 1/2”. Sucker rod - 3/4”, 7/8” and 1”. Line pipe and Casing also available. Wainwright, AB. 1-800-661-7858. FOR SALE – Ultramatic bed $600; Yamaha keyboard, 61 keys. $60; Yamaha keyboard, 48 keys. $30; Samsung camcorder, $60; Optex tripod, $20; Lasco air heater, $20. Phone 780-672-9321. FOR SALE – 37” TV excellent condition; Side chair table, only 8 months old, two drawers, 24” x 14” wide, 24” high. $125; For “Trisha Romance” lovers. Print called “Christmas at the Cottage” value for print is $380. Beautifully framed will sell for $450. For more information call Laurie. 780-781-9714. MAKITA CORDLESS DRILL – 9.6 volt. New battery. $100 o.b.o. 780-608-9416. FOR SALE – Bobbins, all attachment needles, for Kenmore machine. $30. 780-877-2255. BICYCLES, ASSORTED – Two for $99. 780-877-2255. PAPER BACK BOOKS – Five for $1. 780-877-2255. HARD COVER BOOKS – Two for $5. 780-877-2255. 15” TIRES AND RIMS – Four for $100. 780877-2255. STEEL RAILINGS – To fit back step. $50. 780-877-2255.


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1997 FLEXI-COIL 5000 AIR DRILL – 33’, 1720 TBH tank, single shoot, 550 pound trips, blockage monitors, 9” spacing, steel packers, seed treater, shedded, excellent. $32,500. 780-374-2317. 780-608-3377.

GIANT GARAGE SALE Masonic Hall. 5021-48 Street. Friday, March 31, 9 am to 6 pm. Saturday, April 1, 9 am to 4 pm.

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FINANCE & ACCOUNTING ANALYST The Position: Vision Credit Union requires a motivated, career-minded Finance & Accounting Analyst responsible for assembling and processing financial data for interpretation on a monthly and annual basis. Additional responsibilities will include preparation of financial reports for internal and external purposes, statistical analysis, assist in Asset Liability Management processes, prepare custom documents for department and branch review, document current and projected financial performance, assist in the preparation of annual operating and capital budgets, review and analyze general ledger accounts, and develop and maintain spreadsheets for management decisions including budgeting and forecasting. The Finance & Accounting Analyst will report directly to the Vice President, Finance & Strategy. The Finance & Accounting Analyst is also responsible to support the Accounting department. The qualified Finance & Accounting Analyst must measure, analyse and communicate the costs and benefits of products and services. This is a full time permanent position. For complete job posting details, please visit our website www.visioncu.ca/personal/aboutus/careers Vision Credit Union Ltd. was named Alberta Credit Union of the year in 2016 and was named one of Alberta’s Top 70 Employers in 2016. The Person: • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance • Preference will be given to candidates who have completed the Chartered Professional Accounting (CPA) designation or are working towards completion • Cooperative or Credit Union industry experience is a benefit • Excellent knowledge of Excel and MS Office applications (Word, Outlook, PowerPoint) • Preference will be given to Alberta residents Compensation: • Salary range $54,000 to $75,000/annually • Comprehensive benefits package. CLOSING: April 30, 2017 SUBMIT RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO: Dan Hautzinger, CPA, CMA Vice President, Finance & Strategy Vision Credit Union Ltd., Corporate Office 5007 – 51 Street Camrose, Alberta T4V 1S6 Fax 780-672-5996 dhautzinger@visioncu.ca Only those individuals invited for an interview will be contacted.

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Quality Training • Incentive Programs Benefits or Bonus Program Available Positions • Food Service Supervisors (FSS) – Full-time / shift work, Minimum 1 to 2 years’ industry experience, $14.00 per hour plus benefits depending on experience • Food Service Attendants (FSA) – Part-time / Full-time shift work, no experience or education necessary, $12.20 / $13.25 per hour plus benefits depending on availability and experience • Graveyard Shift Positions for FSS and FSA – Bonus: $25.00 per graveyard shift spanning 12:00 midnight to 5:00 am

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CLASS 1 BULK OIL LUBRICANT DRIVER Looking for more hours? We’ve got them! Ross Agri is medium size company with locations throughout Alberta. We have been in business for 30 years and are looking for a Bulk Lubricant Driver for our Camrose operation. The successful candidate will be based in Camrose, Alberta and will have the ability to grow with us.

RESPONSIBILITIES • Bulk Oil deliveries • Inventory management • Customer relations

KNOWLEDGE/SKILL REQUIREMENTS • 5 to 10 years’ driving experience required • Class 1 License • Oilfield certificates an asset Great working conditions, competitive salary and full benefit package will be available to the successful candidate. Camrose

Please submit resumé to:

Ross Agri 3838-47 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 3W8 Attention: Mike Ross Fax: 780-672-1673 Cell: 780-878-4713 Office: 780-672-2529 or Email: mross@rossagri.ca

Join our growing team Declare Brands is an international franchising company with five successful franchise brands. As a result of growth and restructuring, we are looking to fill two key positions within our organization. VP Operations We’re looking for an excellent leader to join our management team. The ideal candidate should have a strong background in operational management as well as sales and marketing experience. Good administrative, communication and time management skills are essential as well as an entrepreneurial nature and a practical can-do attitude. Previous experience in franchising would be an asset. Regional Operations Manager We’re looking for versatile, detail-oriented individual to join our operations and support team. Our candidate should be a well-rounded individual with experience in business, operations, sales and marketing. An excellent communicator this person enjoys building relationships, helping others to succeed, and working in a team environment. Experience in business coaching or training would be an asset. To apply, please forward your resume by email: jointheteam@declarebrands.com

Camrose United Church, Office Administrator

Camrose United Church is seeking a dynamic, motivated individual to be part of the Ministry team. ABOUT US: Camrose United Church proclaims an inclusive welcome to all people in the full spectrum of gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnic identity, age, ability and social class. We are committed to being a safe community and we celebrate the gifts diversity brings. All are invited to fully participate in the worship and work of our community.

DUTIES: Coordinating financial operations, Managing office, Producing weekly newsletters, Booking facility, Monitoring security, Updating office equipment and providing administrative support in the daily activities of the church community. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Successful candidate will be: • Experienced with technology including the use of Quickbooks, MS office • Able to work independently in a variety (Word, Excel, Publisher and Access.) of situations. Able to learn new software. • Organized and dependable with good communication and interpersonal skills. • Willing to learn new tasks as required. • Familiarity with not-for-profit, volunteer • Respectful of confidentiality and the based organizations an asset. spiritual nature of the work environment. HOURS OF WORK: 30 hours per week with 9:00 am-12:00 pm as office hours Monday through Friday. Benefit package including pension and extended health is provided. HOURLY WAGE: The hourly wage for this position will be dependent upon the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate. Deadline for applications is Friday, April 7, 2017. Please direct all inquiries to: camroseunited@yahoo.ca

Camrose Canalta Camrose is accepting applications for a full-time

Maintenance Technician

We offer competitive wages, bonuses, health benefits, RRSP plans and the opportunity to work with a caring team in a professional environment. Experience is an asset but we will train the right person if they are hard working and reliable. Apply with resumé in person to: Canalta Hotels, 4710-73 Street, Camrose; by fax to 780-672-7347 or by email to gm@canaltacamrose.com

Bike Swap

Opportunity knocks! Join the friendly, professional team at the Norsemen Inn. Casual, part-time openings now exist for

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By Lori Larsen Biking season is literally just around the corner and if your child has outgrown his or her bike then the annual Bike Swap hosted by KidSport Camrose and Camrose Police Service can help out. Residents are invited to come out to the annual Camrose Bike Swap on Saturday, April 8 at the Max McLean Arena. Consignment or donation drop off will be from 10 until 11:30 a.m. then the bike sale will begin at noon until 2 p.m. along with a barbecue and batting cage. Proceeds from the sale of your bicycle or any bicycles not sold can be picked up between 1 and 2 p.m. The event includes a barbecue concession, bike safety display supported by Camrose Police Service, a batting cage provided by Battle River Sport Excellence and a raffle. “KidSport believes that no child should be left on the sidelines and all should be given the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports. KidSport provides support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport.” For more information on KidSport Camrose email at camrose@kidsport. ab.ca or visit the website at www.kidsportcanada.ca/ alberta/camrose/.

*141 cultivated acres and 17 acre yard site. Seller is willing to consider offers for the entire parcel or just for the 141 cultivated acre portion and subdivide and retain the yard site. Parcel 2 THE NORTH HALF OF THE SOUTH WEST QUARTER OF SECTION FIFTEEN (15) TOWNSHIP FORTY EIGHT (48) RANGE TWENTY ONE (21) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN CONTAINING 32.4 HECTARES (80 ACRES) MORE OR LESS EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS *alfalfa, timothy mix hay land. Number 1 and 2 soil Parcel 3 MERIDIAN 4 RANGE 20 TOWNSHIP 47 SECTION 31 ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTH WEST QUARTER LYING TO THE SOUTH AND WEST OF THE CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY RIGHT OF WAY AS SHOWN ON RAILWAY PLAN 982AT CONTAINING 49.2 HECTARES (121.63 ACRES) MORE OR LESS EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS *alfalfa, timothy mix hay land The title to the properties will be subject to the reservations and exceptions now appearing on the title and free and clear of all financial encumbrances. GST will be added to the tender price unless the purchaser is a GST registrant at the time of closing. TENDERS must be in writing, accompanied by a certified cheque for 5% of the tender price, sealed in an envelope marked “RWR Tender”, indicate what parcel or parcels the tender applies to and must be received by Fielding & Company LLP, Barristers and Solicitors, #100, 4918 - 51 Street, Camrose, Alberta, T4V 1S3, on or before 12:00 noon, April 6, 2017. Municipal taxes and will be adjusted. The closing and adjustment date of sale will be May 1, 2017, and the successful tenderer must pay the balance of the purchase price, plus GST unless the tenderer is a GST registrant, on the closing date, or the deposit will be forfeited. The deposits of all unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them forthwith after the closing of tenders. No conditional tenders will be accepted, and the highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. No warranty whatsoever is given as to the condition of the property or as to the fitness of the property for any purpose. For further information about the property phone Wayne Throndson, Q.C. at Fielding & Company LLP, (780) 672-8851.

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FARMLAND FOR SALE BY TENDER The owners hereby offer the following parcel of land for sale by tender, subject only to the existing reservations on title: MERIDIAN 4 RANGE 20 TOWNSHIP 47 SECTION 28 QUARTER NORTH WEST THE WESTERLY 660 FEET IN PERPENDICULAR WIDTH THROUGHOUT CONTAINING 16.2 HECTARES (40 ACRES) MORE OR LESS EXCEPTING THEREOUT: 1.12 HECTARES (2.77 ACRES) MORE OR LESS A) PLAN 9420285 – SUBDIVISION EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINE AND MINERALS Located 5 miles northwest of Camrose, 37.23 acres, zoned agricultural with wonderfully improved/expanded farmstead home. Highly desirable for a growing family or excellent opportunity for a small business, B & B, market-garden, equine or kennel or small cow/calf operation. 1½ story home has 6 bedrooms, 3½ baths, large country kitchen, hot tub and attached family-gathering hall which seats 80 (converted from a de-commissioned indoor pool). Outbuildings include heated detached 2-car garage/shop, large barn (loft converted for dances), quonset on cement and sheds. Property is fully landscaped with flower/vegetable gardens, paved drive, dugout and mature trees. Tenders are to be submitted in sealed envelopes marked Nyback Tender, to Scott Farnham at Farnham West Stolee Kambeitz LLP, Barristers and Solicitors, 5016 - 52nd Street, Camrose, Alberta, T4V 1V7, on or before 12:00 noon, April 19, 2017, and shall be accompanied with GST number and a cheque payable to Farnham West Stolee Kambeitz LLP in trust for 10% of the tender price. No conditional tenders will be accepted and the highest, or any tender, will not necessarily be accepted. Tenders will not be opened in public. The deposits of all unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them by mail. The successful tenderer shall be obligated to complete the purchase on or before May 12, 2017. The 10% deposit shall constitute a deposit towards the purchase price. Taxes will be adjusted on closing date. There will be no other adjustments. For further information, or to view the property, please contact Wayne Nyback at (780) 679-7156.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS Estate of JOHN CLARENCE BODEN, late of Camrose, Alberta who died on September 21, 2016. If you have a claim against this estate, you must file your claim by Thursday, April 27, 2017, and provide details of your claim with MARTIN WEST of Farnham West Stolee Kambeitz LLP, Barristers and Solicitors at 5016-52 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 1V7. If you do not file by the date above, the estate property can lawfully be distributed without regard to any claim you may have.

Music Festival judges Don’t miss the annual Camrose and District Music Festival that highlights talented students and adults performing at various venues in the community of Camrose during the week-long festival in April. Watch for details during the month of March in the Festival at a Glance ad, or check out the festival website at www.camrosemusicfestival.ca. Each week, for the next few weeks, you will have the opportunity to read about the seven adjudicators who will be here in Camrose during festival week judging evening performances in community choir, community band, family music, dance and musical theatre. There will also be day performances of school band, vocal, choir, speech arts, strings and piano at various schools and churches in Camrose for your enjoyment for a nominal fee. The week culminates in a grand showcase of the best performances of the week. The Grand Concert will be held on Tuesday, April 11 at 7 p.m. at the Jean and Peter Lougheed Performing Art Centre. Featured here is one of the seven excellent adjudicators who will share their expertise with the performers.

PASTURELAND FOR SALE BY TENDER (Camrose County / Edberg area) GARY BODEN AND FLORENCE BODEN hereby offer the following parcels of land in the Camrose County/Edberg area, for sale by tender, subject to the existing reservations on title with the exception of any encumbrances on title such as Mortgages, which will be discharged: LINC: 0017 015 562 THE NORTH EAST QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY SIX (36) TOWNSHIP FORTY THREE (43) RANGE NINETEEN (19) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN, CONTAINING 64.7 HECTARES (160 ACRES) MORE OR LESS EXCEPTING THEREOUT: 1.32 HECTARES (3.28 ACRES) MORE OR LESS, AS SHOWN ON ROAD PLAN 1036T, EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS Containing 156.72 acres more or less LINC: 0025 852 831 MERIDIAN 4 RANGE 18 TOWNSHIP 44 SECTION 6 QUARTER SOUTH WEST EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS AREA: 65.2 HECTARES (161.11 ACRES) MORE OR LESS Containing 161.11 acres more or less LINC: 0023 477 152 MERIDIAN 4 RANGE 18 TOWNSHIP 44 SECTION 6 ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTH WEST QUARTER WHICH LIES TO THE SOUTH OF THE RIGHT BANK OF THE BATTLE RIVER, AS SHOWN ON A PLAN OF SURVEY OF THE SAID TOWNSHIP DATED 23 AUGUST 1927 CONTAINING 8.50 HECTARES (21 ACRES) MORE OR LESS EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS AND THE RIGHT TO WORK THE SAME Containing 21 acres more or less The land is located approximately 16 km east of Edberg, Alberta. There are no buildings on the lands. The SW 6-44-18-W4 and Portion of NW 6-44-18-W4 is river valley land and must be sold together, but the large parcels will be sold separately. The NE-36 has Surface Lease revenue and gravel pockets. The SW-6 also has gravel pockets that have been developed. All of the land is currently in pasture, but the NE-36 has been farmed in the past. The Land is fenced with 3-wire fence. 3000 cubic yards of pit run piled on the SW-6 is not included in the sale and will be removed this summer. Tenders are to be submitted in sealed envelopes marked “Boden Tender”, to Martin West at Farnham West Stolee Kambeitz LLP, Barristers and Solicitors, 5016-52 Street, Camrose, Alberta, T4V 1V7, on or before 12:00 noon, Friday, April 28, 2017, and shall be accompanied with GST number and a certified cheque or bank draft payable to Farnham West Stolee Kambeitz LLP in trust for 10% of the tender price. No conditional tenders will be accepted and the highest, or any tender, will not necessarily be accepted. Tenders will not be opened in public. The deposits of all unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them by mail. The successful tenderer shall be obligated to complete the purchase on or before Friday, May 19, 2017. The 10% deposit shall constitute a deposit towards the purchase price. For further information, or to view the property, please contact Gary Boden at 780-679-6665.

DUST CONTROL 2017 County residents desiring Clearview on the county road adjacent to their property should apply in person prior to April 21, 2017 to: Camrose County Public Works Department 3755-43 Avenue Camrose, AB T4V 3S8 Office hours are 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, closed from 12:00 - 1:00 pm Monday to Friday **** Due to application scheduling, **** please note deadline is firm with no exceptions Applicants will be responsible for the approximate cost of $1100, plus G.S.T. per 100-meter length of Clearview material applied to the road surface. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT AT 780-672-4449 OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE WWW.COUNTY.CAMROSE.AB.CA

Maria Medlow Originally from Argentina, Maria grew up playing the violin and piano. Upon moving to Canada, she was accepted at the Senior Academy at Mount Royal Conservatory and studied with prominent teachers including Lise Elson, Cenek Vbra and John Lowry. Maria completed her ARCT certification in both violin and piano and moved to complete her music performance stud-

ies at the University of Calgary under the direction of Edmond Agopian. Maria is currently an active member of the Calgary Musicians’ Association, is director on the board of the Alberta Music Education Foundation and is also the registration chair for the Cochrane Youth Talent Festival. She has performed and recorded solo and chamber concerts with members of the Calgary Opera, Calgary Cowtown Opera, Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, Calgary Jazz Orchestra, Alberta Ballet, Red Deer

Symphony, Metropolitan Opera of New York, Cirque De Soleil and played alongside Michael Buble for his 2014 Canada Tour. Maria was invited to record for the Canadian Country Music Awards and was featured in the CBC Television special for the CCMA awards. She continues her active role as a teacher, adjudicator and performer hosting and playing numerous concerts, fundraisers in support of different charities. Maria resides in Calgary with her husband and sixyear-old son Lucas.

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Rocking it in Fredericton

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Lee Johns poses in the hack of sheet seven of the Rose City Curling Club surrounded by left to right World Financial Group Shawn McEachern and Trevor Nordstrom and Kit Abuan from Everest. Lee was the lucky winner of a trip for two to Fredericton, NB for the Everest Canadian Seniors Curling Championships. By Lori Larsen

Being an avid curler paid off for one lucky Camrosian. Lee Johns, a member of the Rose City Curling Club and a devout curler, was the winner of the 2017 Everest-Ferbey National Pro Am Contest. Sponsored by Everest, (The First Nationwide Funeral Planning and Concierge Service) out of Edmonton, and locally, World Financial Group, a contest was run to

select four winners across Canada to attend the Canadian Seniors’ Curling Championships in Fredericton, NB on March 25. Entries were put into a ballot box located at Rose City Curling Club and removed each week by Trevor Nordstrom of WFG then sent in for the National contest. Johns was one of the four VIP winners, the only one from Alberta, for a grand prize consisting of an all-expenses-paid trip for Lee and a guest (his wife June) including round trip airfare to Fredericton, a three-night stay in the Delta Hotel, VIP access to all Everest Canadian Seniors Curling Championship games, welcome dinner with the pros, $500 spending money and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to curl alongside five legendary Canadian Curlers – Randy Ferbey, Jennifer Jones, Brent Laing, Brad Jacobs and Al Hackner during the 3rd Annual Everest Ferbey National Pro Am. Last year’s winner of one of the grand prizes was from Viking.

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…MORE LISTINGS FOR CENTRAL AGENCIES OUT OF TOWN RO U N D H I LL BUNGALOW! ... Perfect starter or investment property. Park-like setting neighbourhood. If you’re looking for that character house in a small community, this home may be ideal for you! Asking $122,500 CA0095161 GREAT 2-BDRM. CONDO IN TOFIELD ... located in Belvedere Gardens. Spacious open plan, gas FP, htd. floors. Only 30 min. to Edmonton! CA0092686 Asking $199,900 FOUR SEASONS PROPERTY ... located at Pelican Point. You’ll enjoy this 3-bdrm. mobile home w/open floor plan., lge. yard, private area! Situated on a two-lot parcel, short walk from water. A must see! CA0092327 Asking $259,900 G R E A T O P P O RTU N IT Y IN KILLAM! ... Commercial bldg. w/Hwy. exposure. This 5168 sq. ft. building features office space, board rooms, staff area, 2 lge. bays in rear, fully fenced site. This 3.98 acre parcel is ideally set up for your expanding company! Asking $399,000 CA0077617 MUST SEE HOME IN DAYSLAND ! … Nothing has been overlooked in this beautifully, completely reno’d 3-bdrm., 2 bath bungalow. Beautiful flooring up, down. Brand new kitchen w/centre island, new appl. If you’re in the market for a turn key home, this is it! CA0098461 Asking $242,500 BEAUTIFUL QUALITY BUILT BUNGALOW IN IE N DLY!DAYSLAND! … FR R IO N SE gorgeous home! 9’, vaulted ceilAbsolutely ings, gorgeous bamboo flooring, lots of bright windows. Gourmet kitchen w/granite, lovely bright dinette w/patio doors to amazing deck. Awesome great room, huge master, superb en suite! Exc. MF laundry, awesome yard, attached htd. garage, RV parking, a/c + more! You’ll love it! Asking $349,000 CA0074085 WONDERFULLY UPDATED CHARACTER HOME … in Bashaw on 4 lots! Single garage + carport. Upgrades include vinyl windows, furnace, HW tank, elec. panel, plumbing, kitchen/baths. Beautiful hardwood floors, stained glass accent windows. 16’x16’ shed. An excellent choice! Asking $149,900 CA0089992

If you have been considering investing in your future, this affordable bungalow located in an established area of Camrose is perfect. Surrounded by beautiful mature trees on a quiet street close to schools, the home backs onto parks, ball diamonds and the arena with a wonderful treeline in between. The main level features updated flooring and a subtle paint palette. The living room has a large front window that saturates the room with natural light. Easy access to your fenced backyard is a secure area for the children to play while you keep an eye on them from the kitchen window. The main floor offers a workable kitchen with an adjoining dinette area, three bedrooms and a four-piece bathroom which completes this level. The basement has a huge family room with a decorative fireplace. The potential

for this room is endless including a family games area with room for a ping pong table. The basement also features a large laundry area open to an offset room that would make a great craft or work room, a two-piece bathroom and plenty of storage space. Back alley access brings you to a single car garage, a must-have on snowy days, and a covered carport for parking a second vehicle. Included in the purchase is the stove, fridge, washer, dryer, window coverings and shed. Priced at $260,000 this home at 31 Montcalm Avenue is easy enough on your budget to either call home, have as an investment property, or add your own personal touches with some minor renovations. There will be an open house on March 30 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. For a personal viewing contact Matt Banack at:

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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY IN OHATON! ... Looking for a property to located your business or just need more space? This is a good opportunity! 1488 sq. ft. bldg. w/good workshop area, overhead door access. Exc. 8’x20’ office trailer available all set up. Located just minutes from Camrose. Take a look! Asking $89,000 CA0093961 NICE SIZE LOTS! ... Affordably priced in hamlet of CA0090478 Kingman. Starting at $49,900 3 - B D R M . BUNGALOW ON 2 LOTS IN ARMENA! ... Open concept w/ vaulted ceilings, lovely kitchen w/breakfast bar, ! SIONw/3-pce. ES SS spacious LR w/cozy wood FP. Master en PO IATE M ED suite, IM 2 more bdrm., 4-pce. bath. Triple pane windows, ICF bsmt. ready to be dev. Easy commute to Camrose, Edmonton, surrounding areas. You’ll want to feel the peace, relaxation this cozy, warm home offers! Asking $229,900 CA0094619 NEW NORWAY BARE SERVICED LOT ... ready, waiting for your dream home. Water, sewer, power. Beautifully landscaped w/trees, decorative shrubbery, lge. garden area, flower beds. Fantastic school system, short distance from Camrose! Asking $54,000 CA0060120

ACREAGES AWESOME ACREAGE LIFESTYLE, COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS, ON PAVEG! MENT! … Exc. energy eff. N EW LI STIN home, 4.3 acres, Hwy 617. 1770 sq. ft. home. ICF basement, ICF MF w/in-floor htg all 3 lvls. You’ll love the warmth, rustic finish, countryside views, bright windows, beautiful staircase and ceilings. Cozy LR, bright dinette, exc. kitchen, MF laundry, superb master, exc. bsmt. and more! Country lifestyle and décor, you’ll love it! Ask $549,000 CA0101513 REMARKABLE CUSTOM BUILT RAISED B U N G A LO W ! … 1885 sq. ft. on 11.05 acres. Cross fenced, 4 good outbuildings incl. 24’x28’ htd. shop, dugout, lge. garden, ICF foundation w/infloor heat, 9’ ceilings, hardwood/tile/cork flooring, HRV unit, triple pane windows. Fully fin., move-in ready. Minutes to Camrose! Asking $695,000 CA0091476 PRIVATE TREED ACREAGE, 10 ACRES ON PAVEMENT! ... This is an excellent opportunity to build your new home! This can be your private getaway and a place where you can enjoy the peaceful country lifestyle. Lots of potential, call now! Asking $195,000 CA0099128

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WONDERFUL FAMILY HOME IN HAY LAKES ... 2357 sq. ft., generous master, chef’s kitchen w/ high end appl., bright open floor plan. 3-car garage. Take a drive out and see what this home has to offer! Call today! Asking 445,000 CA0095899 RESIDENTIAL LOT – DAYSLAND! ... Excellent location, across from parks and recreation area! 50’ x 120’ zoned R1. Take a look! Asking $22,900 CA0086497 3 - B D R M . BUNGALOW ON 2 LOTS IN ARMENA! ... Open concept w/ vaulted ceilings, ! loveES SIONLR SS ly kitchen w/breakfast bar, spacious w/cozy PO EDIATE woodIM FP. M Master w/3-pce. en suite, 2 more bdrm., 4-pce. bath. Triple pane windows, ICF bsmt. ready to be dev. Easy commute to Camrose, Edmonton, surrounding areas. You’ll want to feel the peace, relaxation this cozy, warm home offers! Asking $229,900 CA0094619 WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY ... to have your own corner lake lot in the summer village of White Sands! Steps away from the beach! Don’t miss out! Asking $175,000 CA0095261 UPDATED BARRIERFREE HOME … in Daysland. Wheelchair accessible, open living space, enclosed elevator, many daily aides incl. Updated kitchen, vinyl windows, elec. panel, low maint. flrg. Single garage, 12’x32’ deck, immediate poss. CA0101339 Asking $155,000

P R I V A T E ACREAGE W/ QUALITY OUT BUILDINGS ... Beautiful setting w/perimeter trees only 15 min. to Camrose, 10 min. to Bawlf School. Solid bungalow home, fully fin. 22’x24’ garage, 26’x42’ htd. shop, 40’x60’ and 40’x64’ bldgs. A truly beautiful property! CA0095253 Asking $439,000 4.5 ACRES BY BATTLE RIVER VALLEY, CLOSE TO DOU BLE DAM GOLF COURSE! ... Awesome views, exc. property for recreational, secluded retreat or building your own private getaway to enjoy the peaceful country lifestyle! Power is on-site. Close to Rosebush B&B, Tea house. Lots of potential! Asking $89,000 CA0100545

UNBELIEVABLE PROPERTY BORDERING BATTLE RIVER VALLEY! … 16.51 acres, 1621 sq. ft. bungalow, fully fin., hardwood floors, triple pane windows, a/c, steam shower, bsmt. infloor htg. + more! Oversized double garage, infloor htg., h/c taps, separate bath. Mostly fenced w/ corrals, new septic, upgraded water system. You have to see the view! Ask $648,000 A0092108 EXC. 10.13 ACRE ACREAGE W/ PRIVATE PARKLIKE SETTING ... and second residence west of Ferintosh. Residence #1 offers 1176 sq. ft. of space while residence #2 offers 1218 sq. ft. of space. Many large outbuildings on property, too much to note! Call today! Ask $365,000 CA0086180 WOW! EXCEPTIONAL AC R EAG E W/ AMAZING YARD SETTI NG. IT’S PERFECT!... For hobbyist, small business or rec. use! Impressive custom built 1,818 sq. ft. home only minutes from Camrose, just off pavement. Wow! Awesome 32’x48’ workshop, it’s the MAN CAVE you dreamed of! This beautiful home feat. 9’ vaulted ceilings, bright windows w/dormers, lovely hardwood floors. Awesome gourmet kitchen, bright dinette, cozy great room, superb master and en suite, MF laundry. Awesome park setting and lifestyle! Exceptional opportunity! Asking $719,000 CA0101671 BEAUTIFUL AC R E AG E , AWE S O M E PARK SETTING! … WOW! 9.5 acres close to Camrose on Hwy 21. It’s perfect for hobbyist, small business or recreational! Exc. presentation, beautiful groves of trees, your own park, pond. Majestic walkout bi-level home, exc. reno’d. Vaulted ceilings, lovely LR, country kitchen, dinette w/easy access to private deck. Exc. bsmt., huge family/ games room w/ walkout to beautiful courtyard, 28’x26’ garage. Gorgeous, private setting. Asking $639,900 CA0099912

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Railway museum gifts By Lori Larsen

Spring is in the air and the Camrose Heritage Railway Museum and Park has begun welcoming it in by opening the White Elephant Gift Shop on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come in and browse around you may just find that perfect gift for that special someone including some adorable Easter items. The Station will officially be open May 13 after which the White Elephant Gift Shop will be open each

week from the May long weekend until the August long weekend, Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

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Open HouseS Thur., Mar. 30, 11am-1pm 63 Park Ridge Drive AMAZING PARK RIDGE LOCATION! … Bi-level G ! home steps away IN ST LI NEW from lovely Stoney Creek trails! Bright LR space w/gas FP, oak kitchen w/corner pantry, handy centre island. 2 spacious bdrm. w/WI closets, master w/3-pce. en suite. Dev. bsmt. w/family room, spacious bdrm. Mother-in-law suite w/separate entrance, a/c, MF laundry. Awesome landscaped yard, htd. garage! Just consider the possibilities! Asking $419,000 CA0099895

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LOOKING FOR AN AFFORDABLE HOME OR INVESTMENT PROP! EDUCED ERTY? … RHere it is! 3-bdrm. bungalow in quiet location close to schools, hockey arena, ball diamonds. Huge family room, lots of storage. Single car garage w/carport + much more! Asking $260,000 CA0098325

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Thur., Mar. 30, 1-3 pm 4312-73 Street “ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILT!” • 4 bdrm. • 3 baths • Dev. bsmt. • MF laundry • RV parking Asking $399,900 CA0101157

Fri., Mar. 31, 11am-1pm 3308-64 Street TERRIFIC FAMILY FRIENDLY HOME … located in Century Meadows, close to parks, walking ! G NEW LISTIN paths, Jack Stuart School. Vaulted ceilings, gas FP, great kitchen w/lge. centre island eating bar, master bdrm. w/ huge WI closet + lovely 4-pce. en suite w/soothing corner jetted tub. Htd. dble. garage, rear alley access + much more! Ask $389,900 CA0101985

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EXC. 2-STOREY IN CREEKVIEW, CLOSE TO PARKS, TRAILS! … Gorgeous 6-bdrm., 2186 sq. ft. home. ! ED UC R ED presentation! Beautiful open Superb lifestyle, staircase, hardwood flooring, bright window pkg. Amazing kitchen, granite, walk-through pantry, bright dinette, 3 living spaces, den, MF laundry, exc. master, en suite. Exc. bsmt., a/c. Htd. garage. You’ll love it! CA0097877 Asking $472,900

OVER $300,000 BEAUTIFUL WALKOUT – BACKING ONTO PARK! … Exc. presentation, bright open floor plan, lots of windows, 9’ and coffered ceilings, lovely hardwood flooring. Amazing kitchen, dinette w/park views, gorgeous great room, cozy FP, superb master, en suite. MF laundry. Exc. bsmt., in-floor htg., huge family room. Huge covered deck, patio, 23’x24’ garage all fin. + more! Quality built, you’ll love it! Asking $459,900 CA0102084 SPACIOUS FAMILY BUNGALOW – DESIRED CUL-DE-SAC ! .! FT . SQ 450Century Meadows location w/ 1,the ... You’ll love school, parks close by. Lovely spacious LR, DR, awesome country kitchen w/maple cabinetry, granite. 5 bdrm., en suite, family room, games area. Great yard, attached htd. garage + more! Asking $339,900 CA0096544 EXC. 2-STOREY IN VALLEYVIEW, CLOSE TO PARKS, TRAILS! … Gorgeous, quality built 1942 sq. ft. featuring bright open plan, 9’ ceilings, lovely hardwood flrg., awesome kitchen, huge island, quartz counters. Spacious LR, cozy gas FP, exc. en suite. Cozy in-floor htg. in open bsmt., a/c. 24’x26’ htd. garage, and more! It’s perfect! Asking $435,000 CA0086161 WALKOUT 2-STOREY … w/unobstructed northern valley views in family friendly Creekview neighbourhood! Stunning kitchen w/cabinet lighting, touch tap, a/c, stair lighting, awesome master w/his & hers WI closets, digital smart thermostat, bonus room, 24’x24’ garage + more! Asking $509,400 CA0094211


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STUNNING HOME! … 1910 sq. ft. 2-storey only steps away from park and walking trails. Bright DR, MF laundry. Great family home! Asking $434,900 CA0046346

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FOUR PLEX! … Don’t miss this amazing investment opportunity! Centrally located bldg. Each unit features 2 bdrm., full bath. All units individually metered and contains its own furnace, HW tank, laundry. Great opportunity! Ask $459,000 CA0098258 BE AU T IF UL FA M ILY 2-STOREY IN CREEKVIEW! ... Wow! You’ll absolutely love the location, lifestyle w/ parks, valley walking trails close by! Awesome kitchen, huge island, granite countertops. Spacious dinette, great room. MF laundry. Huge family room w/10’ ceilings. Exc. master, en suite! Garage all fin. Beautifully landscaped yard, a/c + more! Better than new, just move in! Asking $409,900 CA0101016 Need help paying your mortgage? … Live on the top floor and rent the bottom! Great location, close to Mirror Lake and hospital. Spacious 3 + 3 bdrm. bungalow w/ bright floor plan, vaulted ceiling in LR. Private bsmt. development w/kitchenette, FR, 3 bdrms., bath, common laundry. Lots of recent upgrades. Excellent opportunity! CA0094818 Asking $309,000 FUNC TIONAL 3-BDRM. MULTILEVEL … Vaulted ceilings, spacious LR/ DR. 4-pce. en suite, WI closet in master. Workable kitchen w/oak cabinetry, corner pantry, centre island w/raised bar. Bright bsmt. windows. 22’x22’ garage, mostly fenced yard, raised deck. CA0098305 Asking $352,000 1901 SQ. FT., 3-BDRM., 3 BATH, BONUS ROOM ... New floor plan! Spacious foyer, bright MF, lge. back entry w/laundry. 5-pce. en suite, WI closet in master! Great family area. Ask $429,900 CA0065778 EXC., RARE PARK RIDGE ESTATES HOME! ... Vaulted ceilings, tile, hardwood floors that extend throughout most of main level. Lovely kitchen, bright LR, great master w/vaulted ceiling, WI closet, 4-pce. en suite. Double garage, RV parking, parklike setting c/w mature trees, landscaping, firepit, sunroom, much more! Asking $570,000 CA0097102 TOP FLOOR GRAND TRUNK CONDO BY MIRROR LAKE! … Superbly located by walking trails, city centre. Bright spacious design w/vaulted ceilings, lots of windows, views from balcony. Lovely kitchen, superb dinette, spacious LR w/cozy gas FP. Huge master, en suite, MF laundry. Senior friendly, underground htd. parking. A must see! Asking $317,900 CA0082237 BEAUTI FU L CENTURY M EADOWS BI-LEVEL … close to parks and playground! You’ll love this 1412 sq. ft. home w/bright windows, vaulted ceilings, display ledges, niches. Exc. kitchen w/lovely cabinets, MF laundry, awesome bsmt. w/family/ games room, gas FP. Dble. garage, RV parking, rear alley access + much more! CA0093188 Asking $389,900 SPACIOUS 1748 SQ. FT. BI-LEVEL IN VALLEYVIEW ... close to parks and trails! Very bright open floor E! IC plan, spacious entry, 9’ PR NEW ceilings, hardwood flooring, arches, columns. Exc. country style kitchen, spacious, bright LR w/cozy FP, formal dining area. Huge master, en suite. Superb den. 9’ ceilings in open bsmt. Need room? Take a look! Ask $337,900 CA0100670 EXC. CORNER LOT BUNGALOW IN VICTORIA PARK! … 5 bdrm., 3 baths, attractive open floor plan includes: vaulted cathedral ceiling, hardwood flooring, gas FP, quartz counters, 4-pce. en suite w/jetted tub, 2 sinks, central vac, much more! Outside well maintained, features lge. deck, shed, RV parking, waterfall, stone BBQ area, sprinkler system, mature trees! This a must see! Asking $449,900 CA0099793

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AMAZING 2-STOREY WALK OUT IN VALLEYVIEW CUL-DE-SAC … PerE! fect location w/lake IC PR T LLENtrails. Beautiful, bright open living EXCEvalley views, space, exc. kitchen huge island, walk through pantry, bright dinette w/garden door to new deck. Handy office, MF laundry. Exc. master w/espresso balcony, WI closet, en suite. 2 add’l. bdrm., lge. bonus room! Bright walk out bsmt. w/huge family room w/FP, 2 bdrm., bath. 2 new furnaces, a/c. Beautifully landscaped, oversized 26’x30’ att. htd. garage, RV parking. This executive home perfectly melds comfort, quality, style! Now only $639,000 CA0088474 GORGEOUS CUSTOM BUILT BUNGALOW IN VALLEYVIEW! ... You’ll love the lifestyle, valley view walking 9’, coffered ! ALOWtrails. BUNGhardwood ceilings, beautiful flooring, gorPER FECT geous kitchen cabinetry, granite countertops. Lovely LR, spacious dinette, superb master, MF laundry. Exc. bsmt. dev., in-floor htg., 9’ ceilings. Awesome yard, veranda, deck, courtyard, fenced, oversized 24’x26’ garage, RV option + more! Now only $519,000 CA0093233 BEAUTIFUL CENTURY MEADOWS HOME ... in quiet cul-de-sac backing onto greenspace! Nicely reno’d., ready for your family! Asking $574,900 CA0100552 EXC. RARE FIND! … Perfect family home in Creekview Subdivision with a/c, oversized triple garage, RV parking, lovely kitchen, MF laundry, bonus room, awesome master w/his & hers WI closets, 4-pce. en suite plus much more! Asking $459,900 CA0095987 E xecutive style 3,215 sq. ft. home located in victoria park! … Features include elegant fully renovated kitchen w/custom cabinets, rare Italian granite and high-end appliances! Private, mature, picturesque park-like backyard. Att. three car garage! Homes of this quality and caliber don’t come up often, on a lot like this within the city! Asking $695,000 CA0099632 STUNNING CUSTOM BUILT 5-BDRM. HOME ... located in Creekview. Features incl. oversized dble. garage, chef’s kitchen, wet bar and so much more! Don’t miss out on this superb home. CA0100555 Asking $624,900 RAISED BUNGALOW – VALLEYVIEW! ... Tons of extra features that must be seen! ICF bsmt., in-floor heat, htd. garage, RV parking! Open concept home w/hardwood flooring, maple cabinetry, gas FP, master w/WI closet, full en suite. Bsmt. is ultimate entertaining space, custom bar, pool table, poker table – all included! This home has it all! Asking $459,000 CA0100353 MOVE IN READY, FAMILY FRIENDLY HOME ... in Creekview! 4 bdrm., 3 baths, multi-level. Many upgrades, open concept NEW PR ICE! floor plan. Fully landscaped, fenced, dble. attached garage. Great neighbourhood close to playground. A must see! Asking $369,900 CA0090507 1745 SQ. FT., 3-BDRM., 3 BATH, BONUS ROOM ... Open concept living, MF laundry, ME! coffered dinette O H NEW SHOW ceiling, WI pantry, 5-pce. en suite w/corner tub, separate shower, infloor htg., WI closet. Still time to choose your finishes! Asking $409,900 CA0065777 IMMACULATE 1270 SQ. FT. BUNGALOW … features 10’ ceilings, hardwood floors, a/c, SS appl., MF laundry, 4 bdrm., 3 baths incl. master suite w/5-pce. en suite w/soaker tub, dual sinks, huge WI closet, separate shower. Fin. bsmt. Bright, open w/southern exposure. Fenced yard, dble. attach. garage + more! CA0092996 Asking $399,900 AMAZING JUBILEE PARK L O C AT I O N ! … Wow! Amazing one-of-a-kind property! You’ll love the peaceful lifestyle, picturesque views, walking trails. Beautifully, extensively reno’d 1860 sq. ft. walkout bungalow! Exc. presentation, craftsmanship. Beautiful open stairwell, picturesque views, gorgeous Italian tile. Awesome gourmet kitchen, spectacular master/en suite, superb MF laundry, exc. walkout bsmt., huge family/games/rec areas. Wrap-around deck, huge patio, 28’x23.5’ htd. garage + more! A must see! CA0095046 Asking $667,981 BEAUTIFUL FAMILY BI-LEVEL, GREAT LOCATION! … Beautiful spacious 1580 sq. ft. 3+2 bdrm. floor plan. Superb foyer, vaulted ceiling, hardwood and tile flooring. Awesome kitchen w/island, pantry, family sized dinette w/garden doors to lge. deck. Huge master, superb en suite. Bsmt. substantially fin. Great yard, 22’x24’ garage + lots more! Spacious! Ask $439,900 CA0099176

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TOP FLOOR FIELDSTONE CONDO, BY MIRROR LAKE! … Desired corner unit w/wrap around deck. You’ll absolutely love this beautiful bright open floor plan. Lovely 2-bdrm. unit. Cozy FP, en suite, MF laundry, lge. east facing deck. Senior friendly, underground htd. parking. Close to walking trails, city centre. Call now to view! CA0100044 Asking $317,900 EXCellent family home, Awesome cul-de-sac location! … Perfect! Impressive, very well maintained 1784 sq. ft. home. Feat. spacious floor plan, awesome kitchen, granite, bright dinette, lovely LR. Cozy FP in FR, spacious master, en suite, MF laundry. Huge games/ FR. Exc. yard, RV parking, and more! Have kids? Call now! Asking $372,900 CA0101723 BEAUTIFUL, QUALITY BUILT BUNGALOW, VALLEYVIEW WEST! … Premier lifestyle, cul-de-sac location. Absolutely gorgeous home, you’ll love the quality and craftsmanship! Featuring beautiful 12’9’ and coffered ceilings, open stairwell, bright windows, gorgeous hardwood flooring. Amazing gourmet kitchen, granite, walkthrough pantry, prep centre. Lovely dinette, awesome great room, cozy FP. Impressive master/en suite, MF laundry. Exc. bsmt., in-floor htg., huge family/games/media room. Huge yard, covered decks, htd. garage, RV parking + more! It’s perfect! Asking $649,900 CA0099090 EXC. BUNGALOW IN A QUIET LOCATION ONE BLOCK AWAY FROM JACK STUART SCHOOL! ... MF windows, shingles (2016), HW tanks, flooring, kitchen + baths all reno’d in this beautiful home. 26’x26’ oversized htd. garage + more! CA0093809 Asking $325,000 EXC. STARTER OR RETIREMENT HOME, BETTER THAN NEW! … Superbly located by park, playground, west ICE! bungalow w/vaulted end shopping. Beautiful NEW PR ceilings, gorgeous open plan. Exc. kitchen, breakfast bar, spacious LR, bright dinette, generous master, MF laundry. Awesome bsmt. w/huge family/games room. Exc. yard, tiered deck, fenced, paved alley access, RV option + more! It’s all done, just move in! CA0094489 Now only $308,900 ONE-OF-A-KIND PROPERT Y ... backing onto the Camrose fountain! Gorgeous views, mature trees, incredibly private backyard. 1370 sq. ft. walkout bsmt., 3 bdrm., 2 baths. Single attached garage, covered deck. Perfect opportunity to create your dream home. Asking $344,500 CA0094155 BEAUTIFUL BUNGALOW, AWESOME 4-CAR GARAGE! ... Close to parks, walking trails. Lots of possibilities w/perfect hobby shop, revenue from secondary suite. Quality built w/bright open floor plan. Exc. kitchens, 2 laundry rooms, cozy gas FP, spacious master, en suite, den + more! Private suite entrance w/in-floor htg., 9’ ceilings. Awesome 26’/28’x38’ htd. garage, huge parking/RV pad. Asking $585,000 CA0100914 E X C E P T I O N A L LY BUILT WALKOUT BUNGALOW … backing onto water in Valleyview West subdivision! This stunning home features vaulted ceilings, flex room, gas FP, awesome master w/5-pce. en suite, a/c. 24’x24’ garage. Asking $564,900 CA0096217 B eautiful park ridge estates bungalow – on park! Asking $565,000 CA0099455 EXC. BUNGALOW – CENTURY MEADOWS … close to Jack Stuart School. Beautiful new hardwood floors, great kitchen w/centre island, lovely cabinets, huge games room, + dble. garage, lge. covered deck + much more! Asking $352,000 CA0087433 FAMILY FRIENDLY 2-STOREY! … Open concept, upstairs laundry, 3 bdrm., 3 baths, laminate/tile flooring, EDUCED ! 4-pce. master en suite, R WI closet, maple cabinetry, vaulted ceiling. 20’x24’ garage, fully fenced yard w/2-tiered deck. Asking $391,500 CA0095175 EXC. OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST IN A GREAT PROPERTY IN CAMROSE! … Solid bldg. offering 6 bright, spacious units in exc. condition. Lower level shared laundry, 8 car parking stalls. Maint. free landscaping, fencing. Just waiting for the right buyer! Asking $655,000 CA0098511 BEAUTIFUL MULTILEVEL! … Vaulted ceiling, laminate/tile flooring, granite kitchen counters, maple cabiR EDUCED ! netry, partially finished walkout bsmt. Spacious master w/5-pce. en suite, walk-in closet. Oversized yard, extra parking pad, 2 covered decks! A must see! CA0095186 Asking $405,000 IDEAL CREEK VIEW HOME ... This functional floor plan will appeal to most everyone. Vaulted ceilings, display niches, lots of natural light from east windows. Great N! 3 ESS5IObdrm., kitchen w/raised island, SS SS appl. TE PO IA MED IMfin. baths, fully bsmt. means plenty of room for everyone. Park across street, easy access to valley walking trails. CA0090297 Asking $375,000


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NEW LI lots of updates Asking $299,900 CA0100332 immaculate bi-lvl. on huge lot!… Close to schools ! G IN ST NEW LI and rec. areas. 4 bdrm., 2 baths, gas FP, 22’x24’ att. garage w/covered walk, refinished driveway, new shingles, fenced, covered deck and more! Asking $274,500 CA0101588 IDEAL STARTER OR INVESTMENT HOME! ... Spacious dinette, bright LR, huge master. Dev. bsmt. 3 bdrm., office, laundry, 3-pce. bath. Fenced yard, alley access w/rear parking. North side of duplex listed separately. Opportunity awaits! CA0100272 Asking $192,500 PERFECT FAMILY FRIENDLY BUNGALOW … ! TION located in a quiet UC ED R FURTHER neighbourhood w/4 bdrm., 3 baths. Open concept floor plan w/nicely updated kitchen, MF. Close to schools and shopping. The area around this home is superb! Ask $260,000 CA0097701 EXC. CONDO – WORRY FREE LIFESTYLE! ... Across from Jubilee Park, Mirror Lake walking trails. Only blocks from city centre. Open spacious design w/bright windows, Lovely kitchen, spacious, bright LR, cozy gas FP, lge. master, en suite, MF laundry, elevator, guest suite, easy access to garage, much more! Looking for quality and lifestyle, call now! Now asking $275,900 CA0076514 WELL KEPT AND CARED FOR! … 900 sq. ft. bungaR EDUCED ! low close to downtown, schools. 2+1 bdrm., 2 baths, updated furnace, HW tank. Good living space. Great rental or starter home potential. C A0099251 Asking $193,500 SOLID HOME, C E N T R A L LOCATION, TED ! LOTS OF EC SP IN EEXTRAS!PR ... Classic bungalow layout featuring 3 bdrm. on MF. Master has 2-pce. en suite. Eat-in kitchen/dining space w/new appl. Downstairs features 4th bdrm., bath, family room + storage/hobby room. Fully fenced. 24’x24’ garage, insulated, has 220V. Lots of extra reno’s, upgrades completed. Exc. choice for your next home! CA0093722 PRICE REDUCED, NOW $284,900 EXC. FAMILY BUNGALOW – C LOSE TO PARKS, SCHOOLS! ... Spacious 1218 sq. ft., 3+1 bdrm. bungalow. Bright open plan, spacious LR, bright DR, country style kitchen, generous master. Dev. bsmt. w/huge family/games area. Private yard, 22’x22’ garage + more. Lots of potential. Great investment or family home! C A0093967 Now only $267,900 IMMACULATE, TURNKEY CONDO ... with beautiful updates throughout: new flrg. Asking $255,000 CA0096956 ESTATE SALE, GREAT DUGGAN PARK LOCATION! … 3 bdrm., 2 baths, 1171 sq. ft. bungalow. Awesome garage/ workshop, htd. 30.5’x20’3” structure w/upper storage, 8’x10’ OH door, attached 8’x12’ storage shed. Asking $249,000 CA0097731


MULTI-FAMILY LOTS 2.5 ACRES ZONED R3 AND MULTI-FAMILY ... Exceptional west end location across from huge park and playground, by west end amenities. Lots of potential with re-division options. Call now! CA298482


6,000 sq. ft. empty lot! … Located downtown between Credit Union and Royal Bank. C1 zoning, excellent location. Wonderful investment or building spot opportunity! Asking $139,900 CA0085343 EXCELLENT OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITY! ... Great location, highway exposure! 1528 sq. ft. retail bldg. w/additional mezzanine. Imagine the possibilities. Available immediately. Ask $379,000 CA0072329 EXC. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY – ZONED M1 LIGHT INDUSTRIAL! ... 4 lots w/good central location, suitable for multiple uses. 4352 sq. ft. bldg., good workshop areas, loading doors, front offices, mezzanine storage, HE furnaces, a/c. Fenced storage yard, 28’x30’ rear garage. Easy customer access. Call now! CA0062344 Asking $449,000

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IDEAL STARTER OR INVESTMENT HOME! ... Lge. LR w/FP, 2 MF bdrm., 4-pce. bath. Dev. bsmt. features family room w/kitchenette, lge. bdrm., flex area, laundry, 3-pce. bath. Alley access w/rear parking, shed. South side of duplex listed separately. Opportunity awaits! Asking $187,000 CA0100579 EXC. STARTER OR RETIREMENT HOME … close to west end shopping! Spacious 3 bdrm., 1127 sq. ft. bungalow duplex. Lovely laminate flrg., exc. kitchen w/breakfast bar, WI pantry, all appl. incl. Nicely landscaped back yard w/ room for 3 parked vehicles. Don’t miss out on this one! Asking $269,900 CA0098591 SOLID FAMILY BUNGALOW ... close to schools, parks/rec areas backing onto greenspace. Great ext. updates – vinyl fencing w/RV parking, sprinklers, newer shingles, front siding, front porch, back deck, high eff. furnace, updated 4-pce. bath plus most upper windows triple pane. CA0100272 Asking $276,500 EXC. STARTER HOME! ... 3-bdrm., 2 bath home on rented lot. Great master w/4-pce. en suite, large LR w/gas FP. Be sure to view! Ask $90,000 CA0087426

BRAND NEW BUNGALOW TOWNHOME – INSIDE UNITS! … Close to parks, walking trails. Open concept design, stunning kitchen c/w all appl., MF laundry, framed-in bsmt., single garage + much more! CA0086753, CA0086793 Asking $274,900 PERFECT STARTER, DOWNSIZING OR RETIREMENT CONDO! ... Close to downtown, walking trails. Open floor plan bungalow (no UCED !bright LR, lge. bdrms., R EDceiling, stairs), vaulted kitchen w/island. New paint, light fixtures, newer appl., shingles. Very low fees. Imagine the ease of this lifestyle! A super opportunity not to be missed. Asking $174,900 CA0096738 DUPLEX BUNGALOW IN LA VISTA VILLAS, A 45+ ADULT COMMU! ED UC NITY! ... You’ll love R ED the location, peaceful lifestyle! Bright open floor plan w/vaulted ceilings, lovely kitchen, dinette w/garden door to lge. private deck. LR, bright den, spacious master, en suite, MF laundry. Awesome landscaped yard. No condo fees! Now only $284,900 CA0095031 A WONDER ful STARTER HOME OR REVENUE PROPERTY! … 2-bdrm., 1 bath bungalow well located close to schools. Spacious bright LR, kitchen w/ample cabinetry, counter space, laminate flooring, newly painted, newer shingles, well maintained. Nicely landscaped lot w/lge. deck, oversized single garage. CA0095240 Asking $162,000 EXC. FAMILY BUNGALOW, CLOSE TO SCHOOLS! UCED ! … You’ll love the ED R area, neighbourhood. Close to elementary, high schools. Very well maintained, substantially upgraded 3+1 bdrm. Spacious LR, bright dinette, country style kitchen w/ample cabinetry. Lge. family/games room, superb laundry area. Private fenced yard, 24’x24’ htd. garage. Great starter or retirement property! Asking $279,500 CA0099202 EXC. DUGGAN PARK BI-LEVEL! … Lovely 2+1 bdrm., 2 bath home. Bright MF w/lower level master w/ en suite, lge. family room. Upgrades include triple pane windows, hardwood floors, newer carpets. Dble. htd. garage, 2-tiered deck, quiet street, alley access. Your next home awaits you! Just move in – it’s a perfect fit! CA0098267 Asking $274,900

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11.15 ACRES OF PRIME INDUSTRIAL LAND … Exc. location in expanding east side industrial area of Camrose. Zoned M1 – Light Industrial. Property currently being used for pipe storage. Building 7260 sq. ft. of office area, arch rib arena, multi-purpose bay. Additional enclosed storage, covered outside storage. Exc. opportunity! Call now for details. CA0069085


2.94 ACRE MULTI-FAMILY LOT ZONED R3! EXC. LOCATION, CLOSE TO AMENITIES! … Exc. property for an adult community, condominium project and/or multi-family developments. Prime west-end location w/exc. site. Pavement on 3 sides, across from huge park. CA0097247

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FOR rent or lease E xcellent office or business location ! … Awesome 2,250 sq. ft. area. Two large meeting rooms, very nice reception area, 3 baths and offices. Independent utilities, AC and excellent parking. Taxes and insurance are included. Great location! Asking $2,200/month CA0099504


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NEW BUNGALOW • 1,236 sq. ft. • In-floor heating • 4 bedrooms • MF laundry • 3 bathrooms • RV parking • Basement completed • Energy efficient built! Asking $399,900 CA0101157

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